Well Above Par overcame over a year off after a horizontal cannon stress fracture (very rare as most are fatal) and won this afternoon, eased down by Thomas Willmott. Jumping with enthusiasm this long…Read more >
Lucinda Russell's Grand National Winning Arlary House Stables is Scotland's leading National Hunt yard.
Lucinda Russell has been the premier National Hunt trainer in Scotland since 2009/10 training over six hundred and fifty winners including nine graded winners and winners at the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals. In 2013/14 the yard sent out more winners in a season than any other Scottish National Hunt yard and in 2017 they won the Aintree Grand National with One For Arthur. In 2018 Lucinda was awarded an OBE for services to horseracing.
Lucinda trains in the beautiful Kinross countryside using top class and wide ranging facilities, within easy reach of the main motorway system and just half an hour from Edinburgh airport. Her partner Peter Scudamore was eight times champion jockey riding 1,678 winners in a record breaking career, and he received an MBE for his services to horse racing. Together they have formed a partnership which has produced the most successful racing yard in the history of Scottish jump racing.
To join us and have your horse trained by the leading Scottish trainer Lucinda Russell, and Peter Scudamore contact us today.
''The race is won or lost far away from crowds; behind the lines, on the gallops, in the yard, in the sun, the rain, the snow, long before the glory''
Well Above Par and Big River working up the Arlary gallop