training partnerships

Crisfords To Train In Partnership

Simon Crisford and his son Ed are among the first to take advantage of the British Horseracing Authority's new rule to allow training partnerships; the pair will have their first runners under a joint license shortly after racing resumes in Britain, Racing Post reports. Paul Cole and son Oliver are also set to join forces. "Ed and I have become joint licence holders as well as business partners, something my owners have very much welcomed and are fully supportive of," Simon Crisford told Racing Post. "As well as Gainsborough Stables...

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Training Partnerships Approved By BHA

Trainers in Britain can now apply to train in partnership, according to a regulatory update released by the British Horseracing Authority. A statement issued on Thursday read, "Two separate individuals can now apply for a training partnership licence. If approved, this will result in a new training entity being created and a joint licence to train being granted. "Both individuals comprising a training partnership are required to meet all the existing pre-requisite criteria covering competency and capability. In addition, both applicants must complete all the related modular training courses in...

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