Andrew worked for ten years in the hotel industry, then abroad in the Middle East for four years. Shortly after his return he set up a mobile telecoms company, Gemini Trading, and ran that for eight years before selling it to Azzurri communications, a company headed by Martin St Quinton, who takes over as Cheltenham Chairman in May 2019.
Andrew joined the Warwick Committee in 2007 before becoming Chairman in 2013. He was made a member of the Jockey Club in December 2017.
Nell Buckler joined the Warwick Board in 2019. With a degree in Economics and Agricultural Economics, she assisted her husband with their mixed farm in Dorset and their National Hunt yard for twenty years. Having moved to Gloucestershire she trained point to pointer and hunter chasers. She has been heavily involved in a grant-making charitable trust for forty years and has been a Samaritan involved in the prison service for ten years. Both of Nell's daughters are heavily involved in National Hunt racing.
Nick was made a member of The Jockey Club in 2018 and joined the committee of Warwick in 2010. Nick is also on the board of The Jockey Club Estates and is a member of The York Race Committee.
Nick Joined Weatherbys in 2004 as Client Relations Director and is now a Partner in Weatherbys Hamilton. Prior to joining Weatherbys, Nick was Clerk of the Course at Ascot from 1994 - 2004 and before that Clerk of the Course at Sandown from 1988-1994.
James Davies is the Managing Director of The Wigley Group and has been part of the business for over 12 years. He has directed the company’s growth over the last decade which has involved a significant increase in the group’s property holdings, a dynamic restructure, and a merger of a construction company to add value to the business’ capabilities.
Alongside key members of his team, he has also launched a very successful charity fund (Wigley Support Fund) which works within the military sector to help reintegrate veterans into civilian life. To date (2020), over £100,000 has been raised through the fund.
With a background in agriculture, rural life and having grown-up around horses, James has a passion for racing/equestrian sport which has always been at the forefront of his hobbies and lifestyle. He owns, with a small group of property professionals, two horses trained by Ben Pauling and enjoys horses at home with his wife, Sarah, and two daughters, Isabella and Matilda.
Aiden has worked in the Bloodstock industry all of his life, initially for David Nicholson for 10 years from 1986 from where he developed his Bloodstock Agency, Whitson Bloodstock.
He runs Warren Chase Stud and works with his son Olly Murphy who began training in July 2017. He is currently on the board of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association.
Dan is a chartered surveyor and has been involved in property and minerals for the last 20 years. He farms in Northamptonshire where he lives with his wife, Clare, and two children.
Having been a Committee Member at Huntingdon since 2011 he moved to Warwick in 2019.
Dan is passionate about racing and comes from a family who are fully immersed in flat racing and have Lawn Stud near Towcester. He has broken the mould to become involved in National Hunt
Simon Sweeting grew up on a National Hunt stud. He spent his formative years working on stud farms and was assistant trainer for Henry Cecil, Bobby Frankel and Luca Cumani.
He returned to the stud side of the business in 2000 and runs Overbury Stud, which currently stands six stallions, both flat and NH including Kayf Tara, the UK’s National Hunt sire.
Cathy became a director at Warwick Racecourse during the 17/18 season. Whilst being involved with Warwick Racecourse, Cathy also drives the community bus and enjoys every aspect of country life. Cathy is mother to Sam and William.