Was Hawkesbury's Leading Trainer on more than one occasion. Scott recently celebrated the achievement of training one hundred wins in his short career.

He has earned the reputation of being an astute horseman and prides himself on the rejuvenation of many gallopers back to winning form once having joined his stable.

Scott Singleton Racing is backed by a committed team of staff dedicated to providing the best results for their clients.


Stable Foreman for Singleton Racing, wife to Scott, Mum to Jack and Zoey.

Originally from England, came to Australia for one year and stayed … that was sixteen years ago.

Previously worked for English trainers Roger Charlton, Charlie Mann and Malcolm Jefferson. She rode in a amateur race on the flat.

Her favourite pastime is camp drafting.



One of our experienced work / track riders.

She has previously been a valued employee of some of the major racing stables in Australia.

In her own right she is a successful dressage rider, which is a passion as is “Romeo” her dressage companion.

Holly has been with us for three and a half years.



Works for us as a casual stablehand on Sundays and afternoons.

As well as her duties carried out at Singleton Racing, Clair juggles being a full-time Mum and part-time Hairdresser, very capably.

A relative newcomer to our ranks she started with us in February 2017.



She is currently at University studying Zoology.

For most of her life she has been around horses.


Our Queen Of The Yards, they are her kingdom and she rules over them six mornings a week.

Working as a casual stablehand, Yvonne is the wife of Trotting Trainer Ross Adams.

Her previous employer was the Caltex organisation, working there for thirty five years.

Loves harness racing with a passion.

Yvonne is a proud Mum to her two children and an even prouder Grandmother to her Granddaughter.




 All of our staff are valued employees their dedication, diligence and hard work are sincerely appreciated.

Scott and Lucy believe they are so fortunate to have them as a part of our “family”.