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Galway man sets up in Newmarket
on 20 September 2019
Patrick Owens is the latest addition to the training ranks in British racing's headquarters

AFTER more than 25 years working with some of the world’s best racehorses, Patrick Owens is to start training from the Authorized Yard at St Gatien Stables in Newmarket.

Originally from Galway and a successful amateur jockey, he started with Luca Cumani as an assistant trainer in Newmarket before spending time with Eddie Kenneally in the US, Mike Doyle in Canada and Erwan Charpy in Dubai.

Patrick also worked for Joe Murphy in Fethard and in yards in New Zealand. Most recently he has spent six years in Newmarket pre-training for some of the town’s biggest stables, including John Gosden.

Owens said: “I have learned a huge amount during my time with some of the most talented trainers around the world, and more recently have enjoyed following the careers of some of the outstanding horses I have been lucky to pre-train.

Excited

“I am excited to start training myself with a dual-purpose licence from the Authorized Yard. With the world-class gallops and facilities in Newmarket on hand, there is nowhere better to be based.”

Owens is assisted by his partner Amy Stennett, a former leading amateur rider who has also worked for several leading trainers.

The historic Authorized Yard has an excellent track record for producing winners and was previously the base of Charlie Fellowes, Ed Walker and Peter Chapple-Hyam, who as the name suggests prepared the 2007 Derby winner there.

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