Andrew Crook Racing is based at Ashgill Stables in Middleham, North Yorkshire, the historic home of horseracing in the North of England. ''Friendly, Efficient and Successful'' sums up Andrew Crook Racing and assures racehorse owners that both they themselves and their horses will receive the best of care and attention.

Anyone who has met Andy Crook will confirm that he's one of the most open and friendly people in racing. Over the last thirty years or so, Andy has acquired invaluable experience in every aspect of the care and training of racehorses. Andy has worked his way up through the ranks - from Stable Lad to Head Lad, then Jockey and in 2002 he became a Trainer in his own right.

His first season saw him reap eighteen winners and a prize money haul in excess of £100,000 then in only his second full season as a racehorse trainer, Andy he continued his success with the battling victory of Rylaux in the 2003 Scottish Grand National at Ayr. Ask Andy any question about horses or horseracing and you'll get an honest, straightforward answer based on the expertise he's gained over during his extensive career

Andy adopts a very 'hands-on' approach to the horses in his care and his casts his well-trained eye over each and every horse so that he gets to know their individual needs. This enables him to provide each horse with the best care and training to suit its needs.


Racehorse Training


North Yorkshire

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