Kerry Lee was born to train racehorses. Her parents both rode as amateurs before dad Richard, multiple champion point-to-point trainer in the eighties, turned professional.
From there The Bell House grew into the success story it is today. The bespoke training facility has nurtured horses to go right to the very top, galloping to victory at major meetings like the Cheltenham Festival and Aintree. The Welsh National has become a particular favourite of the calendar year, with a hat-trick of triumphs for the stable nestled in the heart of Herefordshire.
In Kerry’s very first season with the licence, Kylemore Lough raced to Grade 1 glory at Fairyhouse – a feat many trainers dream of achieving. The bar has been set high and Kerry continues to deliver excellent results, thriving on her passion and helping every horse in her care reach its full potential.
Winning first time out over fences
Focusing on quality rather than quantity, Kerry has trained a remarkable number of high grade winners from her small string. A substantial and solid strike rate form the foundations of a quality stable. Big race wins include the Coral Welsh National, Betvictor Gold Cup, Game Spirit Chase, Ryanair Novice Chase, Classic Chase,
Grand National Trial and many more.
What sets Kerry apart from the rest?
A hands on approach to training means that Kerry is not only taking control of each horses career path but also their daily wellbeing, exercise and diet. She is at her best when progressing a horse from store to chaser
(Happy Diva) or when putting a wayward soul back onto winning ways (Gino Trail).
Each horse at the Bell House enjoys the very finest facilities from spacious, purpose built stables, top quality forage, feed and bedding to daily turn out. Our exercise riders are of the highest quality and we take a sympathetic yet firm approach to training our equine team.