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  • Clive Cox Lambourn racehorse trainer

    Clive Cox

  • Profitable

    Profitable winning the Group 2 Temple Stakes at Haydock, May 16

  • Profitable

    Winning connections of Profitable following the Group 3 Palace House Stakes at Newmarket, April 16

  • Profitable

    Profitable winning the Group 3 Palace House Stakes at Newmarket, April 16

  • My Dream Boat

    Winning connections of My Dream Boat following the Group 3 Gordon Richards Stakes at Sandown, April 16

  • My Dream Boat

    My Dream Boat winning the Group 3 Gordon Richards Stakes at Sandown, April 16

  • My Dream Boat

    My Deam Boat winning the Group 3 Prix Perth at Saint Cloud, Nov 15

  • Kodi Bear

    Winning connections of Kodi Bear following the Group 2 Doom Bar Celebration Mile at Goodwood, August 15

  • Kodi Bear

    Kodi Bear winning the Group 2 Doom Bar Celebration Mile at Goodwood, August 15

  • Kodi Bear

    Winning connections of Kodi Bear following the Group 3 Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury, August 15

  • Kodi Bear

    Kodi Bear winning the Group 3 Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury, August 15

  • Kodi Bear

    Kodi Bear's winning connections, Ascot, July 2014

  • Kodi Bear

    Kodi Bear wins at Ascot, July 2014

  • Lethal Force

    Lethal Force

  • Lethal Force winning The July Cup

  • Lethal Force

    Group 1 victory at Royal Ascot with Lethal Force

  • Lethal Force

    Lethal Force, ridden by Adam Kirby winning the Diamond Jubilee

  • Reckless Abandon

    Reckless Abandon

  • Reckless Abandon

    Clive Cox with Reckless Abandon

  • Beechdown

    Early morning at Beechdown

  • Beechdown

    The indoor school at Beechdown

  • The Orienteers

    Winning syndicate owners The Orienteers

The past couple of seasons have provided halcyon days at Clive Cox's Beechdown Stables with the Group 1 winners Lethal Force and Reckless Abandon realising dreams that many trainers wait a lifetime for. Since taking out his trainers licence in 2000 Clive has established himself as one of the country’s leading trainers of flat racehorses and as the number of horses in training swell so do the winners.

With a host of Group winners to his name and plenty more talented performers waiting in the wings, continued success at the highest level is guaranteed, however Clive’s enthusiasm is the same whether it be a top class horse or a seasoned handicapper and all types of ownership are catered for.

NEW SYNDICATE OPPORTUNITIES:

We have two new exciting syndicate horses now available to view. Both yearlings are now listed in the Horses for Sale section.

Please call the office for further details or a brochure

Clive Cox Racing, Beechdown Farm Stables, Sheepdrove, Lambourn, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 7UN, UK.
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Tel: +44 (0)1488 73072
email: clive@clivecox.com

Cox News!

A Profitable Week

A Profitable Week

We are enjoying a very prosperous time at Beechdown, with the horses in great form.

Threat Assessed won readily on his seasonal debut at Chepstow, under John Fahy for owner Alan Craddock. Zeehan and Carpe Diem Lady also ran well to both finish second.

Monday saw an across the card treble, with Mister Sunshine winning on his second start at Brighton, ridden by Adam Kirby for owner Tony Perkins.  He was followed by a double at Windsor, Fear or Favour under Adam Kirby for Alan Craddock and Youre Always Right, first time out under John Fahy for owners Paul & Clare Rooney.  We were also very pleased with seconds from both Silken Skies and Barroche.

Wednesday brought us a double with Inclination winning at Bath, under Ryan Tate for owner James Egan, followed by Cape Icon at Kempton, under Adam Kirby following an absence of over 700 days for owners Mondial Racing & Rob Haim.

Seeking Magic finished first past the post at Goodwood, but was sadly demoted to third following a stewards enquiry.  Chelsea's Boy also finished a pleasing second and Carpe Diem ran very well to finish third behind two very exciting fillies, both ridden by John Fahy for owners Dave & Angela Dawes.

The week was topped off on Saturday by Profitable winning the Group 2 Temple Stakes at Haydock, beating Mecca's Angel by a neck under an excellent ride from Adam Kirby for owner Alan Spence.