Welcome To Park Farms Racing


A warm welcome to Park Farms Racing the base of Martin Todhunter a successful Cumbrian Racehorse Trainer.

The web site provides an insight on Park Farms Racing and Racehorse Trainer Martin Todhunter. You can learn more about the excellent facilities that The Park has to offer and get up to date information on the racehorses in training at the yard and also any racehorses for sale. Details on the yards current declaration, entries and results can be viewed on-line courtesy of the Racing Post.

Affordable, Enjoyable & Successful

Martin Todhunter and Park Farms Racing goals are not measured by the number of horses in training; rather we measure ourselves on how well we look after both the racehorses in our care and the racehorse owners they represent. Whether you are a sole owner, a racehorse syndicate manager wanting the best for your members or involved in one of our very own Park Farms Racing syndicates we aim to try and make racehorse ownership as affordable, enjoyable and successful as possible for everyone involved.

Storm SurgeThe private facilities Park Farm has to offer, situated in idyllic Cumbrian countryside and set away from the hustle and bustle of the main training centres, provides the ideal environment for your horses to prosper. It is also perfect for racehorse owners and you are sure of a warm welcome when you come to see your horses; perhaps taking a invigorating walk up on the Fells to watch exercise before enjoying a warm drink and chat with Martin on your charges progress.

If you are a prospective Racehorse Owner, a Racehorse Syndicate Manager or would simply like further information on the services provided by Park Farms Racing please do not hesitate to get in touch.

We look forward to hearing from you.

For all horse racing enthusiasts looking forward to Cheltenham this year, be sure to check out the Racing Post's festival website, featuring racegoer guides and customisable racecards.

Horse Racing News

From BBC Sport

Ruby Walsh: Jockey 'hugely disappointed' to miss festival with leg injury

Jockey Ruby Walsh will miss Irish jump racing's showpiece Punchestown Festival which takes place next week.

Scottish Grand National: Vicente could make history with third consecutive win

Can Vicente make history by winning a third consecutive Scottish Grand National? Geoff Webster assesses the field ahead of Saturday's race.

Cheltenham organisers call off race due to high temperatures

A race at Cheltenham is abandoned on welfare grounds as temperatures reach 26C in an unseasonable April heatwave.

Newmarket: Masar claims Craven Stakes win for Godolphin's Charlie Appleby

Masar is cut to about 8-1 for the 2000 Guineas after an impressive victory in the Craven Stakes at Newmarket.

Our Duke: 2017 Irish Grand National winner dies after heart attack

Last year's Irish Grand National winner Our Duke dies of a heart attack aged eight, says trainer Jessica Harrington.

Soliloquy wins Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket

Soliloquy rides to victory in the Nell Gwyn Stakes, the feature race on day two of the Craven meeting at Newmarket.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC.

Popular steeplechaser Cue Card is retired early

Colin Tizzard-trained Cue Card, one of the most popular horses in jump racing, is retired before a proposed farewell race at Sandown on April 28.

Russell lands double - 24 hours after Grand National triumph

Jockey Davy Russell rides a 14-1 double at Tramore less than 24 hours after winning the Grand National on Tiger Roll.

Tiger feat: The story behind dramatic Grand National winner

The 171st Grand National at Aintree is won by the partnership of the oldest jockey on the smallest horse - and it was an emotional triumph.