Our Trainers

Being a niche syndicator we have decided to focus on trainers that we believe bring value to racing syndicates by offering good value training solutions whilst also delivering consistent results to investors. As result the following trainers have been selected to train our stable.

Richard Litt

Based at Warwick Farm, Litt is from a family of horse trainers. His father Jim and his grandfather were also both trainers. Richard learnt his craft from some of the best in the business including Bart Cummings, John O’Shea and Graeme Rogerson. Most recently Richard has earnt his first Group 1 success with Castelvecchio winning the Champagne Stakes as well as the inaugural $2 Million Inglis Millenium. He has shown he can develop a raw colt like Castelvecchio (that possessed ability at his first trial) to win on debut then back up again to win big races. He is now focused on increasing the calibre of his stable and this is why we have partnered with him to expand the Thompson Thoroughbred stable.

Jason Deamer

Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer has been training out of Broadmeadow since 2002 since retiring as a jockey. Jason is a third-generation horseman and followed the career path set by his grandfather Carl and father John. He was a successful apprentice riding for Jack and Allan Denham at Rosehill before moving back to Newcastle to work with Max Lees. He then migrated into the training ranks and from there has proven himself to be a trainer who has a great strike and an exceptional eye for identifying horses that have great potential.