Seamus enjoyed considerable success in racing as a National Hunt jockey, being among the top riders for more than a decade and regularly achieving 40-50 winners a season.

He gave up race riding in 2010 and started training racehorses from his base in Lambourn the following year. Seamus sends out about 125 runners a year with mainly a 75%-25% split between flat and jumps runners.

April 9, 2018
Kempton winner Cayirli heads to Newbury next

Kempton’s Queen’s Prize may not be quite the race it was a couple of decades ago – demoted to the final race by the race…

September 4, 2017
We’re hoping Scotland misses the forecast showers

Musselburgh is a lot further away from Lambourn than Bath – to be precise it’s six and a half hours in a horsebox and so…

August 31, 2017
Plato’s Kode proving real money-spinner

Seamus predicted earlier in the summer that Plato’s Kode could make an early-season juvenile hurdler before the winter g…

August 7, 2017
Plato’s Kode makes winning jumps debut at Market Rasen

Well, don’t say we didn’t tell you. Plato’s Kode duly delivered first time over jumps in his juvenile hurdle at Market R…