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

Tel: 01223 291445


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Latest Results

Pearl is Golden!

Landenstown Pearl won in style at Plumpton on 21 April. Although a stayers' hurdle run over an extended 3 miles 1 furlong, the pace of the race was quick


Car Drives Forward

Carpincho was second at Leicester on 25 February, carrying top weight in a 2 mile 41/2 furlong handicap chase . He beat the other fancied runners convincingly,


Big Mike's Big Debut!

Big Mike had his first run for us in a bumper at Catterick on 22 January and was 2nd! The ground was dire - although


Yard News


At last - Spring is here and it is light when we feed in the mornings and light when we feed in the evenings and the horses can be turned out without rugs - at least some days! We have some exciting new horses in the yard and


Red Hot Pepper!

The pony racing season is now in full swing and William, who is now 12, had a great run on his pony, Red Pepper, in a 10 furlong race at Higham on Easter Saturday.