JEREMY GASK

Jeremy came to the UK from his native Australia to join Horses First Racing in 2007, and has worked closely ever since with Managing Director Eamonn Wilmott to create a top class training facility with over 40 horses in training. Jeremy has achieved impressive results since taking out his UK licence. Many winners have come from the yard since then, initially in Wiltshire, and more recently with a move to Danebury in Hampshire. Winners include Group 1 performer Medicean Man, Black type performer Anne of Kiev, 10 time winner Street Power, Rosealee, Trending, New Leyf and Sutton Veny just to name a few.

Jeremy trained over 250 winners in Australia. In his last five seasons there his horses won over 15 ‘Black Type’ races and in one of them, the Listed Port Adelaide Cup, his 3 entries came 1st, 3rd and 4th. His last full Australian season saw Jeremy’s stable finish 4th in the South Australian Metropolitan Premiership. At one stage he trained 5 of the top 20 rated fillies and mares in South Australia. Prior to starting his training career Jeremy was a semi-professional Aussie Rules footballer, being selected in the All Australian Teal Cup Team. Sadly his career was cut short by injury but not before he also represented the State  in junior cricket. 

Having studied at University and working with top trainers in Australia as well as a stint in the UK back in 1995-97, he turned his passion into his career in 1999 when being one of the youngest 'A' Class licence holders in South Australia. Training such class horses such as El Diablo, Maybe McLaren, Ista Kareem, Reshuffles, and Tingirana.

 You can follow Jeremy on Twitter: @jeremygask

A Word From The Trainer

I feel privileged to be training from these beautiful training grounds, so steeped in history. We have put in a lot of work, along with the Cunningham-Brown's, to create a relaxed yet professional atmosphere where both horses and staff can thrive. The gallop facilities are world class and have given us the variety and opportunity to access all weather and grass gallops both in close proximity to the yard. My goal here is to build a team of quality racehorses who can compete at the highest level throughout the world and take us to the next level in a training career I feel has only just begun. 

I feel very strongly that not only us, but you would be proud to have a horse in training here at Danebury and look forward to showing you around these wonderful, historic grounds.

Jeremy