Horse racing business bets on expansion with bank funding

Trainer Karl Burke with Michael Oliver from Barclays
A North Yorkshire race horse training business is expanding after acquiring new premises with the help of bank funding. Established in 2001, Leyburn headquartered K B Spigot is a family run stables operating from Spigot Lodge in Coverham. Spigot Lodge, steeped in racing history, is named after the 1821 St Ledger winner Jack Spigot. Situated between Middleham’s High and Low Moor gallops, there is a seven furlong uphill polytrack and a four furlong baby track as well as a grass gallop on Low Moor. The new funding from Barclays h... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...