Valentine Bloodstock is the creation of Ed and Lizzie Partridge and brings together their extensive experiences in the racing and bloodstock industries to provide a high-class range of services for clients.


Having arrived at this point in our careers via different routes, Lizzie as a celebrated Grade 1-winning rider and Ed through many years of work at world-renowned operations such as Tweenhills and Watership Down, we believe we are perfectly positioned to ensure Valentine Bloodstock is synonymous with quality.


Whatever your ambitions in racing and breeding, we are perfectly positioned to support you. Whether you are hoping to acquire youngstock, plan for the future with mating plans for your breeding stock or explore bloodstock investment opportunities, we have the expertise to help. Likewise, our pre-training and breaking service is driven by the same desire to unlock the potential in talented young horses.


It is this desire for quality over quantity in everything we do that fuels our passion. Having worked closely with many great horses, be they in training, standing at stud, in foal or at sales over the years, we have come to know what makes the good ones so special. We share a passion for identifying talented young horses and equipping them to embark not only on successful racing careers but happy and fulfilling lives. 


We are excited to join you on your racing and bloodstock journey, you’re welcome to look through our website and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you think we can help. 



Adonis Hurdle Preview

We will be watching on from home as Honneur D'Ajonc takes his place in Saturdays Grade 2 Adonis Hurdle



Heartbreak at the last


Honneur D'Ajonc falls at the final hurdle after re-routing to Kempton. 


Grade 1 Runner At Christmas 


Honneur D'Ajonc takes his place in the Grade 1 Finale Hurdle at Cheptstow 


Goffs UK HIT & P2P  Sale @ Yorton 


Last week we sent 3YO Hamilton Dici (COASTAL PATH) to the sales after having won the week before at Warwick. This was Hamilton Dici' second time on the racecourse and we are certain he will progress further over the years and we wish his new connections and trainer Mr Kim Bailey the very best of luck with him.