Training Facilites

Albert House Stables



With parts dating back to the mid 18th Century Albert House Stables has significance as one of the first training establishments to operate in Newmarket.
Previous incumbents include the legendary Bruce Hobbs, Billy Walters and the Waugh family.

Having laid empty following the departure of Giles Bravery in 1997 this historical yard had be left to quiet decay until its acquisition by Phil Cunningham in mid 2014. Following a 6 month refurbishment programme it has been restored to appreciate the needs of the modern training operation yet sympathising with times past.
Described as a compact training yard, it has the enviable position of straddling the Bury and Moulton Roads only 250m from the foot of Warren Hill.

The 23 boxes are fitted out with comfortable matting and heat lamps. In the centre of the yard is a brand new 5 horse walker, weigh bridge and wash down area. In addition we have installed hi-tech security/surveillance systems along with modern accommodation for trainers/staff.

Described as a ‘lucky’ yard it is hoped it will remain the home for Rebel Racing Ltd for many years to come.