The Syon House

  • Number of horses 1
  • Number of shares 20
  • Average cost per horse 42,000 Guineas
  • Cost per share £6,950
  • Available shares No

Syon House is the spectacular London home of The Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. The house was built in the 16th Century on the site of the Medieval Syon Abbey, and has been in the family of the present owners for more than 400 years. The Grand Conservatory was commissioned in the early 19th Century and built by Charles Fowler, an architect who specialised in industrial engineering and its impressive glass Dome has since been synonymous with Syon Park. Although barely nine miles from central London, the Park and Gardens feel like deep countryside and the house itself holds a wealth of art within its grand classical interiors.

The training ranks is a constantly evolving vibrant collection of talented individuals and each year we look to add an up and coming trainer to our syndicates in order to provide something different for our owners. Ed Walker has held a license since 2010 when his only runner, Riggins, gave him a winning start to his career in the Listed Hyde Stakes at Kempton. In six years of training Ed has relocated four times and is delighted to have finally settled to a permanent base at Kingsdown Stables in Lambourn. The move has proved to be a successful one because, with a few weeks of the season still remaining, he has already surpassed his record number of winners. Ed and his wife Camilla are a charming couple and I know stable visits to the impressive set up at Kingsdown will be very popular.


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