Manton Park is arguably one of the world’s finest and most historic racehorse training establishments. Racehorses have been trained on the Estate since 1860 and it is estimated to have been home to at least fifty Classic winners.
Following the purchase of Manton Park in 2017 the Meade racing operation re-located from Sefton Lodge in Newmarket to Manton Park where building work was underway for a major renovation.
The first project was to be the gallops. Resurrecting the existing wood-chip and poly-track gallops, constructing a new two year old wood-chip gallop and nurturing the world famous grass gallops back to life.
New world class stable facilities have been created in the Fyfield and Barton Yards as Manton House and Astor Yard were retained by the former owners and no longer part of the Estate now known as Manton Park.
The modern Manton Park now offers both horses and staff top class training and living accommodation. There are 20 cottages occupied by our staff in what is undoubtably in one of the most beautiful parts of Wiltshire.
The farm at Manton Park has also been transformed, moving away from being a pure arable farm to establishing an Aberdeen Angus suckler herd and a breeding flock of Suffolk ewes.