A day to remember as TCR relocates to Kremlin House Stables and Craigburn wins too
Following a succesful ten-months at Willie Musson's Saville House Stables, the opportuinity arose for Tom to move to Kremlin House Stables, which is owned by his mother-in-law Gay Jarvis, when Simon Crisford moved to Gainsborough Stables in June.
In the three months since Simon's deptarture the Stables have been steam-cleaned, painted and renovated. With approximately 60 boxes, there is plenty of room for expansion as well as paddock turn out, an indoor ride and staff accomodation.
Tom said: "It is an honour to train from such an historic yard and all being well this will be our base forever. It's a beautiful yard steeped in history with amazing faciliites. My late father-in-law Michael Jarvis enjoyed so much success from here, including Classic winners and a winner of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, so there is plenty to live up to."
The day was capped with Craigburn got off the mark under a good Ben Curtis ride in the 6f Nursery handicap at Thirsk. The son of Casamento is part-owned by Mr Richard Marchant who owned horses with Michael at Kremlin House Stables since he purchased the yard in 1976.