Henry Candy

Henry commenced training in 1973 at Kingston Warren. Group races won include The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, The Eclipse, The Coronation Cup, The Champion Stakes, Nunthorpe Stakes, Cheveley Park Stakes and Palace House Stakes.

Kingston Warren is situated near the village of Kingston Lisle, with stabling for 65 horses and its tremendous variety of unparalleled grass gallops.

Kingston Warren,
Wantage, Oxon 0X12 9QF.
Secretary: Bronwyn
Tel: 01367 820276
Fax: 01367 820500
Mobile: 07836 211264
E-mail: [email protected]

Training Fees:
£226 per week plus gallops, major vet expenses and farrier.

Notable Successes:
* TIME CHARTER: Oaks, Champion Stakes, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes, Coronation Stakes
* MASTER WILLIE: Eclipse Stakes, Coronation Stakes, International Stakes, York.
* WIND AND WUTHERING: Dewhurst Stakes.

18 Responses to Henry Candy

  1. Jerry callaghan says:

    Go on Mr candy go for the bloody American dream

  2. Eric Branton says:

    Hi Henry Candy,
    You bailed me out years ago when I was in Blackpool, I was nearly out of money, had 2 days to go of the holiday, I noticed Cutthroat was running and it came in 10/1! Today, Limato, well done, always look for your horses.

  3. pat nevin says:

    Please run Exoplanet blue, back at Wolverhampton, lingfield or Chelmsford, where I’m sure he will prevail next time out and not Kempton

  4. Sue Robertson says:

    Dear Mr Candy.
    Just wanted to say a friend of mine said years ago to back your horses so I always have, Myself and my Friend have had some great wins from your horse as late, just wanted to say massive thanks.
    Who are you getting excited about this year Mr Candy.
    Looking forward to future racing Thanks Sue and Fiona.

  5. jimdale says:

    hi my age is 54 i hav for whatever reason backed ur horses for 33 years joe mercer philip waldron willy newes now danwe oniel fergus sweeney spoke to him at ayr not that long ago i always felt that u always try with ur horses maybe bump in to u next time ur at ayr maybe buy u a drink it would be a great honour to say hi

  6. Craig Fox says:

    Hi there Mr Candy, my granddad followed your horses wen I was a kid, sadly he died years ago, and I didn’t get all his knowledge, I c that you do well in 2 n 3 year old maidens.. is there any other facts or trends that you could inform me of?? im 26 and 1 day I would love to have a horse in your yard. best of look and I hope to here from you, Craig Fox

  7. John Tatam says:

    Mr candy. Is cape peron going to see a racecourse again. I have been following his career since his second race and I am sure he is capable of winning a big race under the right going conditions.

  8. dane caldicott says:

    Mr candy what’s happened with cape Peron ? Looked a classy horse

  9. Kevin Tanner says:

    Well done with Dinkum Diamond, I got odds of 25/1.
    A great start to both of us for the 2014 flat season!

  10. John Langdale says:

    Dear Mr Candy-I have been keeping an eye on your horses since you first took over from your father.I recall your early winners Golden Beaker,silver Beaker your Cambridgeshire winners Negus and King Midas and of course your High Liners in Time Charter and Master Willie and others.I recall that on that champion stakes card that time Charter won another Saritamer won the handicap at huge odds.I recall your father having two winners at Royal Ascot I believe it was 1968 Song(new stakes) and Parbury(gold cup) all good memories.Sorry that Code of Honor did not win the Cambs.this year but will hopefully next!

  11. terry king says:

    hi mr candy had a nice touch on the 18th sept 3 winners from 4 runners in a lucky 15 inc 25/1 hope all at the stables where on many thanks terry

  12. Debra Mundy says:

    Hello Mr Candy

    I know you breed and train a lot of horses but I wanted you to know Calanda, now 15, is much loved and doing well. She may not of won any races but she’s won my heart, so thank you!

  13. Peter Torre says:

    Dear Mr. Henry, Greetings from Hendon.

    I have been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century with this electronic
    communication etc. so if I should receive a reply from you then I have got it correct !!

    Firstly I wish you all success for the 2013 season,may there be many Group winners.

    Secondly when do you anticipate running Code of Honor ( I missed backing it at 50/1
    could not get the bet written in time , wonderful ) again ??, you appear to have some
    thing special in Code of Honor.

    My best wishes to Mrs. Candy ,hope and trust that you are both keeping well, and the
    horses,look forward to seeing you sometime at the races,especially Royal Ascot.

    Sincerely PETER TORRE

  14. Robert Stenhouse says:

    Mr Candy. Ive not heard much about u and the team over the winter. I know u dont have alot of runners over this time but was looking for a update for the season ahead. Any nice 2 year olds? and hows the older horses? Look forward to hearing back. Thanks

  15. mark wainman says:

    please would you state your training costs for next season. i ve a dandy man filly and i m looking for a trainer. thanks

  16. Neil Blinston says:

    Are you still in training Mr. Candy ? I have been looking daily for any of your horses and so far none. I hope you are but if not I wish you all the very best as you are my all time favourite trainer.
    Regards Neil

  17. elaine simcox says:

    I would like to arrange a tour of Henry Candy’s yard for my husbands 40th birthday which is september next year. he used to take notice of his father when he was young and has always followed Henry’s horses.
    can you tell me if this can be arranged

  18. mike kelly says:

    Henry have a 3 yr old half sister to rajik for sale.ring me at 00353861089642.Thank you Henry.Mike.

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