Paul Nicholls Racing | Racehorse Trainer | Manor Farm Stables | Ditcheat | Somerset
Paul Nicholls Racing
  • Aux Ptit Soins gets up to win the Coral Cup
  • Lisa Hales, Sam, Aux Ptit Sions and John Hales in the winners enclosure
  • Dodging Bullets on his way to winning the Queen Mother Champion Chase
  • Dodging Bullets and Sam Twiston-Davies jumping the last in the Queen Mother Champion Chase
  • Sam and the Queen Mother Champion Chase Trophy
  • Nick Scholfield and Qualando winning the Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle
  • Sound Investment with his many owners after his win in the Greatwood Gold Cup
  • Paul with World Hurdle contenders Saphir du Rheu and Zarkandar
  • Rocky Creek winning the Grade 3 Betbright Chase at Kempton
  • Paul with the 2013-14 National Hunt Champion Trainers Trophy
  • Paul with Zara and Olive

Meet the Team

Clifford BakerMeet the people who care for the horses at Manor Farm Stables. Paul’s staff are 100% committed to providing owners with nothing but the best. Here you will find the who’s who at the yard. CLICK HERE

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Hall of Fame

Paul and RubyHere you will find pictures and details of all of Paul Nicholls’ big winners since he has started training at the superb facilities of Manor Farm Stables in Ditcheat. CLICK HERE

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Welcome to Paul Nicholls Racing

I’d like to personally thank you for taking the time to visit our website which offers you the chance to find out more about myself, my staff and the facilities we use to train horses at Ditcheat.

It takes great horses to reach the top of the National Hunt game and we have been fortunate enough to train the likes of See More Business, Kauto Star, Denman, Master Minded, Neptune Collonges, Twist Magic, Tidal Bay and Big Buck's as well as many other multiple Cheltenham Festival and Grade One winners. It is horses like these that have set the standard for jump racing success in recent years and we now look to our new team and our more established stars such as Al Ferof, Silviniaco Conti, Zarkandar, Hinterland, Lac Fontana, Ptit Zig and Dodging Bullets to keep raising this standard.

Our reputation for discovering and nurturing the best young equine talent into Champion racehorses speaks for itself over the past two decades. All of us here at Paul Nicholls Racing are extremely honoured and proud to be part of one of the most powerful yards of National Hunt horses in the country.

Paul Nicholls Training Record

CHAMPION NH TRAINER

8 times

2014-15 NH SEASON

 

UK Winners

123

Ireland

0

France

1

Total UK Win Prize Money

£2,298,457

Total UK Prize Money

£3,113,869

FESTIVAL WINNERS

 

Cheltenham

37

Aintree

32

Punchestown

6

GRADE ONE WINNERS

108

UK Winners

2451

Overseas Winners

27

TOTAL TRAINED WINNERS

2478

Paul Nicholls Latest News

 

Sunday, April 19

Focus now switches to last day of the season

Saturday winners have made a crucial contribution to our success this winter.
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Sunday, April 12

Well done to Oliver and Tarnya

Top marks to Oliver Sherwood who capped a tremendous season by winning the Grand National with Many Clouds.
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Sunday, April 5

We plan to have more than 20 runners at Aintree

With thirteen winners in the past fortnight including a treble yesterday our horses could hardly be in better form ahead of the Grand National meeting where I plan to have more than twenty runners.
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Thursday, April 2

Lewis fine after spectacular fall

I am delighted to report that our young amateur Lewis Ferguson is absolutely fine this morning after his horrific fall at Wincanton yesterday.
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Sunday, March 29

21 not out for big race Saturday wins

Nothing lasts forever and I have no regrets that our amazing sequence of big race Saturday winners has come to an end.
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