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Alan Swinbank Racing is pleased to announce a stable sponsorship with Phoenix Packaging, a division of Phoenix Strapping Tool Repairs Ltd: Well bred & related 2 yo's for sale - Click on FOR SALE - Sound and welcome to any inspection: 

WINNERS GRAND TOTAL:- 772

Winners: 2016: NH & Flat 23

Placed horses 2016: 66


Western House Stables, situated near the quiet village of Melsonby is home to the trainer and Bloodstock Agent Alan Swinbank.

Alan has been involved with horses all his life, having had horses in training with the late Arthur Stephenson and training point to pointers before taking out a full licence at Thorndale Farm in 2001.  With many successes and over 700 winners later, he has built a new training complex at Western House Stables that provides excellent training facilities for horses and a safe working environment for staff.

Dreams are made here and the most successful horse trained is Collier Hill, who holds the record for the most prize money won by a gelding – over 2 million pounds.

Alan purchased Collier Hill, as an unraced 3 year old and from meagre beginning winning a N.H. Bumper race at Catterick he went on to take some of the worlds richest races, Collier won 15 races in total, six of them being Group races including three Group 1’s, the Canadian Pacific International, Hong Kong Vase and the Irish St Ledger and was placed on 16 occasions including in 4 Group 1 races and a Group 3.
He was truly an international traveller who took his owner around the world. He is currently retired at Western House Stables, spending his days in the paddocks hopefully passing on all his knowledge to his companions who share the paddocks with him.

He was a horse that everyone dreams of owning and we would like to share that experience again with new owners who would like to come along for some great racing experiences.

We have both National Hunt and Flat horses for sale, and offer full ownership, syndicates or Racing Partnerships. We offer some great opportunities for you to become involved in racing at all levels.

We offer the very best, so please take a tour of the website and give us a call!

Alan Swinbank Racing is pleased to announce a stable sponsorship with Phoenix Packaging, a division of Phoenix Strapping Tool Repairs Ltd.

A LITTLE ABOUT US

Phoenix Strapping Tool Repairs Ltd was originally established as a service centre for the repair of hand operated steel and plastic strapping tools.
Based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, the company began to evolve quickly as it secured both on site and off site service work. Due to demand from our customers to supply consumable products, Phoenix Packaging was established as the consumables division.

Due to an already established customer database from existing PSTR customers, Phoenix Packaging was able to attract consumable sales quickly and is now one of the largest independent suppliers of strapping products in
the United Kingdom.

In addition to the distribution of strapping products, Phoenix Packaging now supplies a full range of polythene products and general purpose packaging material to ensure our customer base can purchase their full range of requirements from a single supplier, saving customers time and money.

Phoenix Packaging now stock packaging materials in 3 strategically located temperature controlled warehouses throughout the UK to ensure a fast effective delivery service.

The company continues to strive to improve the quality of products supplied by establishing links with Worldwide leading manufacturers from the US, Canada and Western Europe.

TOP jockey Brenton Avdulla described Libran as “my little champion” after the promising stayer continued his winning momentum at Royal Randwick yesterday.

Libran scored his third successive feature race win when he wore down his rivals to take out the Group 2 $300,000 Chairman’s Handicap (2600m).


Phoenix Packaging enjoying
a day at York Races

 
 
 
 

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