Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Oops, your browser is out of date - Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Join The Haydock Park Racing Club Now

 

An exclusive Racing Club for those with a passion

The Haydock Park Racing Club (HPRC) is an exclusive Racing Club for those with a passion to get closer to racing. For the 2019/2020 seasons The Club will have two horses in training, both leased; one with Tom Dascombe for the Flat season and one with Donald McCain for the Jump Season.


HPRC has a direct association with The Jockey Club affording greater privileges to the Members which includes racing at its other North West Region Jockey Club courses - Aintree and Carlisle. It also allows more flexibility within Haydock Park itself, providing access to The Haydock Park Racing Club room on racedays. The Club room is exclusive for Members and is in a great location, adjacent to the Paddock and has free tea, coffee and a bar stocked with an allocation of drinks for each meeting. Members also received reserved parking.


Horses In Training: The Club 2 year old horse will go into training in February 2019, ready for the start of the Flat season in April, though to the end of September. The Club Jump horse will go into training in July, ready for the start of the Jump season in October, through to the end of April. The Club horses will run in The Jockey Club colours.


The Club will have a maximum of 60 Members and will run from 1st May 2019-30th April 2020. The fee for new Membership is £1,750 +vat. The fee for Membership renewal is £1,650+vat. Membership can be paid for with R4R points.


To find out more information about the JCHPRC call Victoria Bell on 0797 155 6348 or email JCHPRacingClub@thejockeyclub.co.uk



NOT SO SHY 104 Haydock.JPG

 

Haydock Park Racing Club 2018/2019

The Club has had a two year old filly, Not So Shy (Heerat x Littlemisstutty) in training with Tom Dascombe. She ran 9 times over the turf flat season and was placed four times. She provided lots of fun for members following her to different racecourses and also seeing her in training at Manor House Stables. The Club now has Capmonfor, a 4 year old bay gelding, in training with Donald McCain for the Jump season. He is hurdling and has ran well in his first two races.


The Members have made good friendships and really enjoy the use of the Club room at Haydock Park raceways. It's a great place to meet up and share tips for the day. With free drinks and a host on Saturday raceways it is a great base. When our horses have run all Members, to date, have been able to have an Owners and Trainers badge making the Raceday a real experience. Our Club events; such as tours of Manor House Stables, behind the scene tour of Haydock Park and Club lunch on Swinton Hurdle day have been a real success. They have given Members a real insight into racing and been a lot of fun.

RACING CLUB PRIVILEGES

 

RACING CLUB PRIVILEGES 2019/2020

  • An exclusive HPRC badge, allowing entry into 64 fixtures at Haydock Park, Carlisle and Aintree (excluding Grand National Saturday)
  • Half price County Enclosure badges for up to three guests at all Haydock Park, Carlisle and Aintree fixtures (excluding music nights and Grand National Saturday).
  • Access into an exclusive HPRC Members Room, on all Haydock Park racedays - serving tea and coffee and a bar with an allocation of free drinks. Guests are welcome, subject to numbers.
  • Club members can also race for free at over 70 other courses throughout the year at allocated race meetings (York, Goodwood, Ascot, Epsom etc)
  • When one of our horses runs at Haydock Park, Aintree or Carlisle each member will be entitled to one complimentary guest badge.
  • When one of our horses runs Owners badges will be allocated via a ballot system to those who apply.
  • When one of our horses runs at another Jockey Club Racecourse, where possible, a dedicated Members’ facility will be provided.
  • An invitation to attend, with a guest, an annual raceday lunch at Haydock Park, including a champagne reception and a guest speaker.
  • Exclusive updates and newsletters regarding the horses progress and entry into races.
  • Organised stables visits.
  • Reserved car parking at Haydock Park on racedays.
  • Behind the scene tour of Aintree Racecourse
  • Share of the prize money
  • Option to join a Club tour to Newmarket to visit the Jockey Club Rooms, National Stud, the gallops and a days racing at Newmarket
  • You can pay for your membership with Jockey Club Rewards for Racing Points

 


CLUB MEMBERSHIP- 1 May 2019 - 30 April 2020 

  • Membership renewal is £1,650+vat
  •  New Membership is £1,750 + vat 

 

To find out more information about the JCHPRC call Victoria Bell on 0797 155 6348 or email Victoria.bell@thejockeyclub.co.uk

 

Download the Haydock Park Racing Club Membership Form 

 

Download our Haydock Park Racing Club Terms and Conditions 

 

Download the Haydock Park Racing Club brochure 

 

MEET THE TRAINERS

 

DONALD MCCAIN, BANKHOUSE, CHOLMONDELEY, CHESHIRE

Donald McCain has established himself as a leading trainer, with 1042 winners, in Northern England since taking over from his father, Ginger, in 2006. Ginger McCain trained the legendary Red Rum, the only horse to win three Grand Nationals, and again with Amberleigh House, the 2004 victor.

Notable big wins for Donald have accumulated £8,470,000 in prize money. Stars include Overturn and Cheltenham Festival winners Whiteoak, Peddlers Cross, Cinders Ashes and Cloudy Lane. Donald has also trained the 2011 Grand National winner, Ballabriggs.

Donald first rode under Rules, aged 15, at Haydock Park in 1986. He subsequently rode 50 winners over jumps. He then worked for Luca Cumani before being an assistant to Oliver Sherwood and returning home in 2006. Donald is one of Haydock Park’s most successful trainers with 59 winners at the racecourse to date

 

TOM DASCOMBE, MANOR HOUSE STABLES, MALPAS, CHESHIRE

In 2016, Tom saddled 75 winners in the UK and amassed £800,000 in prize money for his owners.

Over the last ten years, Tom has trained a number of Group winners both in the UK and abroad, and notched his first Group 1 and Classic success with Brown Panther in the Irish St Leger at the Curragh in 2014.

In addition, Tom has trained several Royal Ascot winners and is currently the leading Flat trainer at Haydock Park, with 69 winners, from 2010 to date. Not surprisingly his stable jockey, Richard Kingscote, is leading Flat jockey at Haydock Park.

Tom, a former jump jockey, started training in Lambourn in 2005. After early success, he was approached to join Michael Owen’s training yard in Cheshire and moved to Manor House Stables in 2009.
The stables, formerly an arable farm, have been turned into a state-of-the-art racehorse training facility by Michael and his business partner, Andrew Black, founder of Betfair.

 

In addition, Tom has trained several Royal Ascot winners and is currently the leading Flat trainer at Haydock Park, with 69 winners, from 2010 to date. Not surprisingly his stable jockey, Richard Kingscote, is leading Flat jockey at Haydock Park.

 

Tom, a former jump jockey, started training in Lambourn in 2005. After early success, he was approached to join Michael Owen’s training yard in Cheshire and moved to Manor House Stables in 2009.


The stables, formerly an arable farm, have been turned into a state-of-the-art racehorse training facility by Michael and his business partner, Andrew Black, founder of Betfair.

 

Cookie Policy

We use “cookies” to help enhance your experience and improve the functionality of our website. You can find out more in our cookie policy. We also serve cookies, some with chocolate chips, on our racecourses.

Loading