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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Quick Return for Sweet Pursuit

A couple of runners today at Salisbury with SWEET PURSUIT (pictured) making a quick return having finished an unlucky second at Goodwood on Tuesday. BONNEVILLE – 2:50 Salisbury RUK Has had a couple of runs at Ffos Las and showed more on his second start but as a son...

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Unlucky Run for Sweet Pursuit

SECOND – SWEET PURSUIT After a fortunate Monday we did not enjoy much luck yesterday as everything that could go wrong did with SWEET PURSUIT at Goodwood. Unfortunately, she slightly missed the break and although she didn’t lose too much ground it meant she was badly...

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Double for the Sirs

It was a slightly surreal Monday for the yard, as having had SIR RODERIC lose out in the narrowest of photos at Windsor, it looked as if SIR PLATO (pictured) was also going to be caught as the hot favourite Cuban Heel was closing him down on the run to the line at...

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