Tim Vaughan Racing
Pant Wilkin Stables has been home to Tim Vaughan Racing for the past 15 years, offering top-class, purpose-built facilities amidst the beautiful countryside of South Wales.
We are committed to building upon the success we have already enjoyed on the racecourse, whilst offering every owner an unrivalled ownership experience from the moment their horse joins the yard.
TIM’S TRAINING RECORD
|UK Jumps Winners||813|
|UK Flat Winners||36|
|Grade 1 Winners||2|
|Grade 2 Winners||0|
|Grade 3 Winners||2|
|TOTAL GRADED WINNERS||10|
Meet Tim Vaughan
Since taking out a full licence and moving to Pant Wilkin Stables on Cheltenham Gold Cup day in 2008, Tim has trained over 800 winners, including top-level success in the UK and Ireland. Tim remains dedicated to getting the very best from every horse in his care, as well as providing an exceptional ownership experience.
Tim Vaughan Racing Facilities
Our state-of-the-art yard is set in 300 acres of beautiful and tranquil countryside near Cowbridge, South Wales, providing the perfect setting in which to train racehorses. We also have several holiday lodges on site that owners are welcome to use on their visits to the yard!
We are fortunate to have an outstanding team at Tim Vaughan Racing. Our group of work riders include several aspiring jockeys, as well as our stable jockeys Alan and Charlie. Many owners will recognise our travelling team Lucinda and Andrea, and Carole is in charge of anything office-related.
Shantou Sunset has taken time to find her feet since joining us at the beginning of the season, but back down to a workable mark and returning to the scene of her final success for her previous connections, she returned to form with a comfortable success at Stratford under Charlie Price. She was travelling notably well…
Madera Mist has had the Cheltenham April Meeting as her target all year, having won there in 2022 and finished runner-up to subsequent Scottish National winner Win My Wings in 2021. We had also decided it would be her last race before retirement, so to see her come home in front was a huge thrill for…