Welcome to Rod Millman Racing

Rod Millman Racing is a family stable based at The Paddocks, near Kentisbeare in Devon.

Thank you for visiting our website where we hope you find everything you need to know about The Paddocks and Rod Millman.

It’s the place to come to find out the latest news too – just click on the News tab (this is updated on a weekly basis, so do keep checking the site.)

Our yard is located in the peaceful and unspoilt countryside of East Devon  with its celebrated milder climate. We have trained over 600 winners, including 47 over jumps, and are renowned for our early season two year olds.

We’re a family orientated business, with friendly and dedicated staff and excellent training facilities where the horse always comes first.

While racing is serious and competitive, it offers an enormous amount of fun and excitement too. If you are thinking of joining us as an owner, or you’d like to come and visit and see for yourself how we do things, then please do get in touch.

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Paris Bids For More Glory

Glory of Paris heads back to Kempton this evening and steps up in grade for the 6f handicap. He has made a good start to the year, with plenty of correlating form with tonight’s rivals. He was a neck and a neck behind Born to Finish and Magic Valentine when third on...

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Kempton for the Champ

While the Festival may be over for another year, we have our own jumping star in action (snow permitting!!!) as Champagne Champ runs in the 3:50 at Kempton. As a five-time winner on the flat and rated as high as 93, Rod has been looking forward to sending him over...

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Cheltenham – Day 4

It is the final day of the Festival and the Irish domination of days two and three have certainly left things a little bit flat for me (more in next week’s blog), especially in the handicaps where your eyes are always drawn to the well travelling Irish runners. It...

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