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Welcome to Mark Usher Racing!

I have been training racehorses since 1983 and I am now based in Rowdown Stables, Upper Lambourn, a modern, purpose built, Yard with 30 Boxes with easy access to the superb Lambourn Gallops. We moved into Rowdown on the 1st January 2016 and you can see something of the excellent facilites we have here. My team and I work hard to do the best for our horses and to achieve success and enjoyment for our owners; I pride myself on high standards and attention to detail.

Visitors to the yard are always welcome! You can keep uptodate with the latest news from Rowdown by clicking this link and you can see our immediately upcoming Entries and running plans by clicking here and then selecting 'Entries'.

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Have a look at how to be involved at Rowdown here; a variety of options for affordable racehorse ownership are available from as little as £50 per month. Mark and Mike are always happy to talk about individual horses and ownership & partnership opportunities.

On The Right Track

2017   Grey   Gelding

by Mukhadran (GB)  ex  Jessica Ennis (USA)  ( English Channel (USA) )

        Ms Tania Channing-Williams
        Owner:  Ms Tania Channing-Williams

A half brother to our six time winning Handicapper, Bayston Hill, and to Indigo, who won twice for us, this Mukhadram gelding had three runs in Maiden company at the back end of 2019 running a nice race to be beaten six lengths in the final one of these, at Kempton at the beginning of November.

Once racing got back under way he put in two solid efforts in Handicaps, finishing fourth at Leicester in the middle of June over eight furlongs before finishing a running on third, beaten three quarters of a length, at Salisbury over ten furlongs in the second week of July; he should continue to give a good account of himself in similar Handicaps.

After a break he stepped up in trip to eleven furlongs in a competitive Kempton Handicap at the end of September and again acquited himself well, staying on all the way up the straight to finish third, beaten just four lengths. After struggling to stay 14 forlongs at Wolverhampton he went back to Dunstall Park at the beginning of November and powered home over twelve furlongs under a fine ride from David Probert.

After a break from New Year to the end of March he returned to the track in running reasonably at Kempton and Leicester before disappointing on easy ground at Bath at the beginning of July; we then found him a nice twelve furlong Handicap at Chepstow at the end of the month and he won really easily; in a canter in fact.

After trying fourteen furlongs at Sandown, a trip that he seemed not to get, he came back down to eleven furlongs for a competitive handicap at Goodwood;and won decisively under a fine ride from Joey Haynes; just like his spiffing multiple winning half brother, Bayston Hill, he has become a quietly progressive horse with maturity; and he showed this by following up the Goodwood performance by decisively winning a competitive twelve furlong Handicap at Wolverhampton at the beginning of October; you can see the race here; and Joey Haynes post race interview here.

On The Right Track's racing form, courtesy Racing Post

On The Right Track winning the Rod Gaskin Handicap, eleven furlongs, Goodwood 7th September 2021 under Joey Haynes

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