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Heath House Digital Design

Sir Mark Prescott is a top racehorse trainer, with over 1,300 winners to his name, highly regarded within the industry. His approach to training has given him top Group 1 successes and he is considered a ‘legend’ in the business for his mastery of the racing programme and shrewd approach to handicaps.

To reach a modern audience

For over 40 years the historic Heath House Stables, at the foot of Warren Hill in Newmarket, has been the yard of world-renowned trainer, Sir Mark Prescott.

Approaching us in 2017, Sir Mark Prescott realised the importance of taking Heath House Stables online. Not only to promote the brand, but to widen the knowledge of the team behind his brand, reach modern audiences, and allow owners to gain further insight into their horses on a daily basis. The website includes an owners portal which allows clients to login and see videos and updates on their horses, streamlining the business’ interaction with its clientele.

Our brief was to create a new online era for the prestigious stables. Following the creation of the brand identity and logo mark, the website was designed to bring together beautiful imagery of the stables and horses, balanced with key information on the stables.

Heath House Mobile Website Design iPhone Landscape
Heath House Digital Design Website Homepage Close Up

"Even Sir Mark Prescott is modern. Yes! Sir Mark Prescott has gone online with Heath House Stables. And it’s excellent, with a nifty side menu, plenty of info including strike-rate and winning stats and loads of superb pictures of horses and the place."

Robin Gibson, Associate Editor, Racing Post

Heath House Website Design Full Width Browser mock-up
Heath House Digital Design Photography
Heath House mobile website design iphone mockup

"Sir Mark Prescott has been dragged into the digital age with the launch of his new website”. “It's a world of which I know nothing, but I do now realise its importance…"

David Milnes, Racing Post