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One of the most famous racing yards
in Middleham built in 1800 by Lord Glasgow.
This yard is situated just off the main Market Place in Middleham and is the 
the home of Chris and Judy Fairhurst....

The new grass turnout paddock


This is the plaque on the house wall which commemorates the day when Glasgow House sent out the first four in the 1822 St. Leger Stakes. It is said they left the yard in the very same order that they finished in the race!

An old racing print showing Mr Gasgoigne's 'Jerry'
with Ben Smith up.  The 1824 St Ledger winner
Trained by James Croft at Glasgow House Stables


Chris Fairhurst
Succeeded his father, Tommy 'Squeak' Fairhurst in 1994 and is the latest in a long line of trainers at Glasgow House. Chris himself rode more than fifty jump winners before he became a trainer.




                          Judy Fairhurst

                     Judy rode races as an  amateur lady  rider and was a junior show jumper!

Chris riding out on Middleham Low Moor

Together the Fairhursts` take a very active 'hands on' part in the running of their yard and can be seen riding out daily.

They encourage syndicate ownership and partnerships and are supported by a loyal and hardworking staff.

Any of their owners will tell you that it is more like one big family at Glasgow House Stables and you will always be made welcome when you come to visit your horses...


Our Horse Transporter

      Claire Cottam
A much valued and loyal member of our staff 


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