John Berry

John's been training in Newmarket since 1995 and took over Beverley House Stables in 1997. During a short-lived career as an amateur jump jockey he rode one winner over fences, notably leading home Richard Dunwoody and Venetia Williams! As a trainer, his best known horses are Largesse, Il Principe, Jack Dawson, Benedict, Indira and Roy Rocket, the winners of 44 races between them. A keen journalist, John writes a weekly international racing column for Australia's leading racing paper Winning Post and also contributes to TDN and Al Adiyat as well as being a regular guest on At The Races.




 

Abbie Bunten

Abbie joined us early in 2015 after we said goodbye to Hugh and she has fitted right into the team here. She's a really hard worker and nothing is too much trouble for her. It's a pleasure to have her with us at Beverley House Stables.

 

 

 

Aisling Appleby

A native of Co. Limerick, Aisling has been an important member of the riding-out team here for many years. She's the mother of three young daughters so is unable to ride as regularly as she used to but is always a welcome visitor when she does.

Gemma Waterhouse

Gemma has also been a regular rider for this stable for a number of years. She now has two young children, Beau and Esme, but still comes in and ride out whenever she has the chance. Aisling and Gemma are better known collectively as 'The Angels'.

Lucinda McClure

Lucinda started riding out here in 2012 and she follows first lot by heading to her day job with Juddmonte Farms. Lucinda is Newmarket-born and -bred and is an experienced rider with her own eventer.





Stephen McCormick

We got to know Steve when he had a horse in training here as part of Diamond Racing. He is now involved as co-owner of Delatite and is as passionate a racing fan and owner as you could hope to meet. Steve's love of the game extends to giving up his Saturday mornings to drive to Newmarket and help us out in the yard, something for which we are extremely grateful.

Tim Phillips

Tim manages the Newmarket branch of Nigel Hardy Transport and takes the majority of our runners to the races. He is invariably helpful well beyond the call of duty and it is great to be able to call on his assistance as stable representative at the track. When the horses go away under his care, we know they are in very safe hands.


Emma Berry

Full-time journalist, part-time mane-puller, bacon sandwich-maker and rider of Pantomime Prince, Emma is living in the vain hope that her homebred Delatite may one day win a race. Preferably at Fakenham.





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