Located in Kent, popularly known as "The Garden of England", Eyehorn Farm recently underwent extensive redevelopment, emerging as one of the most carefully designed and meticulously constructed racehorse training yards in the South of England.
Eyehorn Farm, offers 40,000 square feet of the finest equestrian buildings spread over 100 acres of beautiful Kent countryside, serving as the ideal location for training racehorses on the flat and over hurdles, breaking in yearlings, rehabilitation for horses out of training, sales preparation and much more.
Eyehorn Farm is perfectly located, quietly positioned and very accessible. Trainer Edward Creighton: When it comes to racing experience, there aren’t many trainers who can match Edward Creighton’s track record, nationally and nternationally, both in the saddle and in the training barn.
Edward started his racing career as a jockey, following a stint at the Apprentice School in Ireland, riding winners for two of the Country’s leading trainers. It wasn’t long before he graduated to becoming Assistant Trainer to one of Ireland’s top practitioners, the Classic-winning handler Michael Kauntze. For more than a decade, Edward learnt his craft, overseeing the stables, travelling top horses to compete at the highest level and teaching raw racehorse talent how to race.
In 1997, Edward decided to branch out on his own and was soon training winners in his native Ireland before moving to Spain where he became leading trainer at Mijas Racecourse and, in 2003, Champion Trainer in Spain. This early success led to greater ambitions and Edward moved to Britain in 2006. Again, winners soon followed under both codes, including ‘Listed’ success at Deauville and a close third in the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes.
The wealth of experience he brings to Eyehorn Farm promises great new beginnings, where a first Group 1 winner can’t be far away.