Sarah Humphrey
Yen Hall Farm, West Wratting,
Cambridgeshire CB21 5LP

Tel: 01223 291445


Yen Hall Farm is the heart of Sarah Humphrey's successful training operation. Sarah is a dedicated, hard working racehorse trainer who has held a dual purpose public licence since March 2008 having previously held a permit, trained point to pointers and evented.

Sarah's plan is to remain a relatively small, hands-on trainer with no more than a couple of dozen horses so that she really can give each of the horses individual attention. Being based with her husband and family at Yen Hall Farm, a working arable and sheep farm of 250 acres in South Cambridgeshire, about eight miles from Newmarket, is ideal as it creates a relaxed environment for the horses, with plenty of paddocks but with great facilities at home and the superb training grounds in Newmarket just a 20 minute box drive away.

For a small yard, Sarah has had a remarkable amount of success. For more information, click on the link at the foot of this page.

As Sarah says:

"Every horse is different and I believe that my job as a trainer is to help every horse achieve its potential. I can only do that by really knowing and understanding each horse as an individual and by giving them the personal attention they deserve. I have a fabulous team of people working for me who are all working towards the same goals - that of having winners, giving value for money and providing great days out to remember! We hope you will join us and come and have some fun!"

If you would like to discuss ownership possibilities, please contact Sarah. In addition, you may like to know that Sarah has just relaunched her very successful racing club, Yen Hall Farm Racing. Please contact her for further information or click on the YHF Racing tab above.

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Entries and Results

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Latest Results

Phew What a Scorcher!

Red Seventy was red hot when winning the valuable, £12,500 feature chase at Stratford on 12 July. He was sent off only 5th in the betting in this 0-150 class 2 over 2 miles but he had been working and schooling so well at home that we were very hopeful


Red Letter Day!

Red Seventy won the 2 mile 0-135 novice handicap chase at Fakenham on 31 May. This was only his third start over the larger obstacles


Legend Scores Again!

Unknown Legend won the staying hurdle race at Southwell on 20 May in great style. This was the first time that he had run over hurdles for us but he had schooled over hurdles so well at home that we thought that it made sense to get him to show us what he could do on the track. He loves to front run and


Yard News

Comings and Goings

We are very pleased to welcome Jake Moore as a new member of the team. Jake has considerable experience of both flat and jumps racehorses and has just returned from Dubai where he spent the winter riding. For more information about him and the rest of the team, please click on the "Meet the Team" tab above.

Langham Lily has been retired from racing


Hope delivers on Promise

William Humphrey's new pony, Hope, had her first outing at Mark's Tey on 14 March 2015 and won the 148cm race impressively. Sent off at 5/2 second favourite in a competitive field, William settled Hope nicely