Dan Skelton Introductory video

INTRODUCTION

Lodge Hill is set in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside and is home to Dan Skelton Racing.

From this state-of-the-art, purpose-built yard, we train our string of National Hunt horses.

We aim to take a fresh new approach to the racing experience for our owners, our horses and our sponsors. We want to offer all those involved with Dan Skelton Racing a unique experience and to bring the best out of the horses that are trusted into our care.

We have some of the finest facilities in the country and our team combines a wealth of expertise to offer a truly unique training environment.

LODGE HILL NEWS

VALUE AT RISK AND ZARIB BOTH CHELTENHAM BOUND

All roads led to Cheltenham on Saturday for the reappearance of Zarib and Value At Risk, both of whom had won nicely on debut at Newbury in December.
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BUILDING UP FOR A BUSY SECOND HALF OF THE SEASON

As in many National Hunt yards, the middle of January has been a fairly quiet time for the team at Lodge Hill. It has given everyone a much-needed chance to draw breath before building up to the busy second half of the season, and as such our runners this week have been few and far between.
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NICK BRINGS US SOME LUCK AT WARWICK!

The end of last week brought about a trip to Doncaster for the team, where Colm Donlon and Adrian Doyle’s Work In Progress improved on his good Exeter debut by finishing a good second in the opening maiden hurdle on the card under Ryan Mahon. With some useful bumper performers in behind him, it should not be long before we see Work In Progress in the winner’s enclosure.
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FASCINO RUSTICO WINS AT BANGOR

It was a great start to the week with our only runner of the day Fascino Rustico running out a good winner at Bangor racecourse this afternoon for owners John and Lisa Hales.
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START AS YOU MEAN TO GO ON

We waved goodbye to 2014 with an unexpectedly quiet New Year’s Eve following abandonments at both Uttoxeter and Warwick.
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A BOXING DAY BONANZA

Christmas Day soon came and went in Shelfield Green, and it was then down to business for one of the busiest racing days of the year, Boxing Day. The team were faced with a logistical mountain to climb in sending out eight runners at five different meetings, but everyone pulled together well to make sure the show ran smoothly!
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