Stuart started his work life with horses aged 15 when he joined the Olympic medal winning showjumping yard of Peter Robeson and his wife Renee. As time progressed Renee, Peter and Stuart made the transition from showjumpers to training their own racehorses at their base of Fences Farm in the small village of Tyringham and over the span of 30 years they enjoyed success on the highest level with a Punchestown Festival winner with Olney Lad, a Grade 1 success at Aintree with Ogee and many other winners. Between Mrs. Robeson and Stuart they worked well as a team and were well respected in the racing world. Renee's untimely death in 2016 meant through the sadness Stuart took over the training reins in his name but still working for Mrs. Robeson's family. 

During Stuart's time training on his own at Fences Farm we enjoyed a Cheltenham Festival winner, an Aintree Festival double in 2021 culminating in over 100 winners and taking the Leading Trainer Award (for yards with less than 40 horses) in 2021. The time unfortunatly came for Mrs. Robeson's family to move on from Fences Farm thus meaning Edmunds Racing had to move. With the help of longtime friends and supporters Kevin Orchard, Michael and Fiona Kehoe the decision was made to create a purpose built yard at Croft Farm in Stewkley. We finally made the big move in August 2023 and we can't thank everyone enough for thier continued support. Check out the Croft Farm page on the website to take a look at our new facilities.