Stan Moore



Stan Moore

Berkeley House Stables

Upper Lambourn, Hungerford, Berkshire RG17 8QP
Tel 01488 73887

Stan, Sara and the team would like to welcome you to a virtual tour of our picturesque yard. Since moving to Berkeley House in 2008 we have upgraded and improved the facilities.

Training big winners under both codes with the likes of Total Gallery, Lady Darshaan, Traffic Guard, Dubai Dynamo, Impeller, Azarole and Mydante. Not afraid to travel internationally with his horses, he has had runners in the USA, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey and Dubai where he was leading European trainer in the 2007 winter season. We have a wide range of horses this year with a few well handicapped older horses and thus far a real nice selection of unknown two-year-olds to look forward too.


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2019 bay colt by Zoffany (Ire) ex Whatelseaboutyou (Ire) (Canford Cliffs (Ire))

Kieron Badger & J S Moore

By Zoffany a top sire, he is showing us plenty at home. He has a lovely stride and covers the ground easily. He will be best over 6-7f but one to look out for. He has a really nice page and could have a very bright future.

Birkie Girl

2019 bay filly by Buratino (Ire) ex Noble Nova (GB) (Fraam (GB))

Mrs S Gray, Mr Ian Gray & Sara Moore

A nice sized filly by Buratino, she is showing nice early paces. She is probably going to run over 6-7f to begin with. We think there is a lot to like about her and she should win her races.

by Aclaim

2019 bay colt by Aclaim (Ire) ex Let’s Dance (Ire) (Danehill Dancer (Ire))


A strong good looking sort, we trained his half-sister Habanera and half-brother Beggarman. They both did well for us and this horse is looking like he could well follow in their footsteps. Done everything asked of him so far with ease. We think Aclaim could have a very good first season.

by Galileo Gold

2019 chesnut colt by Galileo Gold (GB) ex Prom Dress (GB) (Mount Nelson (GB))


A very good looking big flashy horse. The ladies will love him. He moves very well with an effortless stride that covers a lot of ground. There is a lot to look forward to with him.

by Vadamos

2019 bay colt by Vadamos (Fr) ex Catamaran (Ire) (Shamardal (USA))


He is a big strong good looking colt by a stallion Stan has had some success with and likes a lot. He has a lot to like about him and has done everything really nicely so far. Got a great step on him and strides out lovely on the gallops. Will be running in the second half of the season.


2019 bay filly by Aclaim (Ire) ex Cape Good Hope (GB) (Cape Cross (Ire))

Pineapple Stud & Sara Moore

A lovely looking filly by Aclaim she has a nice page and goes very well. Lots to like about her and can see a bright future and hopefully a few visits to the winners enclosure. She will likely be running over 6-7f but hopefully one to keep an eye on.

Easy Equation (Fr)

2018 bay gelding by Rajsaman (Fr) ex Simple Solution (USA) (Dynaformer (USA))

Roy Humphrey & J S Moore

A lovely horse who is improving all the time. He has had some nice runs on the all weather this winter after a promising start in France last year. He is better on the grass and one to watch out for this year.

Uther Pendragon (Ire)

2015 bay gelding by Dragon Pulse (Ire) ex Unreal (GB) (Dansili (GB))

Mrs Wendy Jarrett & J S Moore

An older horse but has a great zest for life and racing. He is a bit of a character as they say and certainly keeps Sara, who rides him every day on her toes! He is a great servant to his owners and manages to win every year. Versatile in both disciplines, he could run under both codes this summer and capable on his day of scoring under both as well.


2019 bay gelding by Estidhkaar (Ire) ex Lovely Dancer (Ire) (Yeats (Ire))

Eventmasters Racing & J S Moore

Likeable sort who has done nothing wrong so far. He goes about his business well. He is already gelded and will win his races ok. Should be good at around 6-7f.

Ye Gud Thing

2019 grey filly by Mehmas (Ire) ex Stone Roses (Ire) (Zebedee (GB)

J S Moore

An attractive filly by Mehmas who was Champion First Season Sire last year. She seems real sharp and should be ready early doors. We think she could be quite nice, not overly big but she’s tough and got a good attitude.

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For over 30 years, The Lambourn Open Day has been the chief provider of funds for the welfare of our superb and hard working stable staff.

All the profits go towards helping them and their families. The bulk of the money goes to our Registered Charity, The Lambourn Valley Housing Trust. Please see below. The rest, about 10%, goes to helping various facilities for them, such as the Lambourn School, their Sports Club etc, as well as to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.