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Welcome to Oliver Greenall Racing


Welcome to our website where we hope you will learn something about our set-up here at Stockton Hall Farm and want to discover more by talking to us in person.

Stockton Hall is surrounded by farmland, woods and streams and offers a fantastic environment in which to prepare horses for both flat and national hunt racing.

We are fortunate to have excellent facilities as well as a team of staff who are committed to providing the best care for the horses entrusted to them, whilst also getting the most from them in terms of performance on the track.

In our first 2 seasons with a full licence we have had 29 winners showing a progression from first to second year. We feel we have a much stronger team of horses this year and can’t wait for the season to start.

The Latest News From Oliver Greenall

2 runners under rules on a busy Sunday for the Stockton Hall team.

Its a very busy Sunday for all the team here at Stockton Hall with a runner at both Market Rasen and Huntingdon aswell as Josh having 5 runners at our local point to point. Absolute Jaffa will be making her hurdling debut in the opening mares novice hurdle on Market Rasen card, she showed promise...Read more

Arctic Road and Zalvados in good order ahead of trip to Ayr.

Arctic Road and Zalvados are our 2 runners on Wednesday and have arrived safely up at Ayr. Arctic Road will be looking to build on his handicap debut when running in the opening conditional riders handicap hurdle. He has come out of the race well and we are hopeful that the step down in trip...Read more

Lord County and Cave Top back in action.

Stable stars Lord County and Cave Top are our 2 runners on what will hopefully be a big Saturday for the yard. Lord County will be looking to maintain his unbeated record at the track when running in the 3:50 at Doncaster. He was victorious 3 times over hurdles last year and has already got...Read more

Fantastic Chance to buy a 10% Share in two 3 year olds ready to go hurdling

Lucky Lover Boy’s best form is when he finished 4th in a hot race at Salisbury. He was staying on strongly and galloped through the line of the stiff 1m 6f course. In that race he had horses behind him rated 109, 125 and 111 (over hurdles). He also comfortably beat BAMAKO DU CHATELET who...Read more