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Welcome:

Singleton Racing's website will provide our valued current and future clients with all of the information needed on their horses which they have entrusted to us.

One of our main objectives is to provide the best of care and attention to every horse in our stables. Scott's hands-on approach and closeness to both the horses and his experienced staff assist in achieving that objective.

Despite a steady increase in the number of horses we train, which is a result of our successes and continual strive for success, Scott keeps his finger on the pulse by riding limited trackwork and along with feedback from our hand-picked professional track riders, is able to make informed decisions as to what stage the horses are at.

Scott's reputation regarding placing his horses in the right race is exemplary.

We are located in the heart of the Horse Capital of Australia, Scone. We have been lucky enough to obtain stables on-course with all necessary requirements plus access to a horse swimming pool right next door all within the newly created Training Centre of Excellence.

If you and of course your horses would like to become a part of the Singleton Racing team, we'd love to hear from you.

Give Scott a call on 0414 984 283 or leave a message on our Contact Us page.

Latest Stable News

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     Call it fate if you are so inclined but it was just meant to be. The day, St David’s Day Sunday March 1 in the year 2020. The Patron Saint of Wales had aligned the universe in readiness for what was...

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     The four-year-old brown mare MORE SPICE showed real grit in winning the North West Farm Machinery Class 1 Showcase Handicap run over the mile at the Quirindi Jockey Club’s meeting which had been...

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