Lance O'Sullivan ONZM - Trainer
The O’Sullivan name is synonymous with excellence in thoroughbred racing.
Hall of Fame member Lance O'Sullivan exemplified that in his career as a champion jockey, with a record tally of 12 New Zealand premierships and major wins not only in New Zealand but also in Australia, Japan and Hong Kong.
In 2004 Lance swapped his silks for binoculars and took on a new challenge as a trainer. Success immediately followed, with Lance securing his first Gr.1 win as a trainer just two years later with Pentane in the Auckland Cup.
As well as overseeing the day-to-day business operation, Lance is actively involved with yearling selections and puts his riding expertise to good use on the training track.
We pride ourselves on keeping our owners updated every step of the way.
Both Lance and Andrew have over 30 years experience each in the racing game.
Wexford Stables is among the most successful in the history of New Zealand racing.
Andrew Scott - Trainer
Andrew embarked on his career as a trainer in partnership with Wexford graduate Mike Moroney in the late 1990s.
Following a very successful period at Ballymore, with the pair training 10 Gr.1 winners, Andrew took up a position at Wexford Stables at the start of the 2006-07 season training in partnership with Lance O’Sullivan.
Andrew continued as the sole trainer for Wexford when Lance briefly stepped back in 2009 and his successes continued, with headline acts My Keepsake in the Gr.1 Queensland Oaks and Miss Raggedy Ann in the Gr.1 Railway Stakes.
Andrew and Lance are once again in training partnership.