Tom Ward



Tom Ward

Neardown Stables

Whitehouse Stables, Upper Lambourn, Hungerford RG17 8QP
Tel +44 (0) 7799 434078

Tom has recently completed his first year training in Lambourn, and with the new yard complete he is now based out of Whitehouse Stables.

Training alongside his wife, Alex and their fantastic young and enthusiastic team, they look forward to a successful 2021 season.



by Twilight Son

2019 bay filly by Twilight Son (GB) ex The Dukkerer (Ire) (Footstepsinthesand (GB))


Capote’s Dream

2017 brown gelding by Dream Ahead (USA) ex Capote West (USA) (Capote (USA))

C Rosier, B Beswick & Partner

Capote’s Dream has run twice for the yard and won twice and looks a progressive handicapper. He was bought out of Ireland and has done nothing wrong so far. He will hopefully make up into a very good sprinter as the summer progresses.

Farasi Lane (Ire)

2018 bay gelding by Belard (Ire) ex No Such Zone (GB) (Oasis Dream (GB))

M Webber, M T Ward & Schiff Family

Farasi Lane has always been a horse we have thought a lot of and he finally managed to prove us right by winning decisively on his final start last year at Kempton. He has been working very nicely this year and looks one who could keep on progressing.

Mishal Star (Ire)

2018 chesnut filly by Mehmas (Ire) ex Ruzma (Ire) (Exceed And Excel (Aus))

In The Mix Racing

Mishal Star was a stable star for us last year winning two of her four starts including fourth in the Listed Bosra Sham at the end of last year. She has wintered nicely and looks a filly with a bright future for the season.

Raging Rascal (Ire)

2018 bay colt by Coulsty (Ire) ex Limousine (GB) (Beat Hollow (GB))

Charlie Rosier & Mrs Julia Rosier

Raging Rascal was second in a very competitive maiden at Goodwood last year and underperformed a little bit on his reappearance. Saying that he is a horse we have high hopes for and he should progress nicely once he gets onto the turf in April.

Zhui Feng (Ire)

2013 bay gelding by Invincible Spirit (Ire) ex Es Que (GB) (Inchinor (GB))

Bighouse Syndicate, J Rosier & C Rosier

Zhui Feng was bought out of Amanda Perrett’s yard at the back end of last year and won first time out for us at Kempton. He has been there and done it before and hopefully can give us and his owners plenty of fun this summer in some valuable handicaps.

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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.