We’re nestled in the picturesque Cheshire countryside – perfect for a visit to see your horse on the gallops or meet your horse at the Peel Hall Stud stables and catch up with an update from the trainer.

Topspeed Thoroughbreds was set up by Will Kinsey and Tom Green.  Will has years of experience in bloodstock and horse breeding, and Tom has been a racing fanatic for many years, and understands exactly what experience racehorse syndicate members are looking for when they share the ownership of a horse.

Together we’re committed to provide a personal and rewarding experience for our syndicate members.


Will Kinsey and Tom Green set up TopSpeed Thoroughbreds as a way of opening up the sport that they both love to more people, so they too can enjoy the thrill of owning a racehorse.




Tom first got involved with racing through syndicates, so is in a great position to manage the syndicates to ensure each member has the best possible experience. Tom owns a number of horses, both flat and National Hunt jumpers that have taken him to places such as the Cheltenham festival. Tom also has interests in the breeding aspect of the racing industry and owns youngstock as well as shares in broodmares.


Will has worked in the racing and bloodstock industry all his career. He rode as an amateur jockey and trained point-to-pointers, and later was an assistant trainer to Cheltenham Festival and Grand National winning trainer Donald McCain. He is a professional trainer to a small number of National Hunt horses from his family farm at Peel Hall. 

In the Bloodstock side of the industry he has produced National Hunt breeze up horses, pinhooking foals and bought potential future brood mares to race and breed from. Will runs a successful stud and Bloodstock operation, where he has produced equine stars such as Bags Groove, Ribble Valley, and Baileys Green. 


Richard Johnson needs no introduction as one of Horse Racing’s most successful jockeys of all time.  Richard retired from the saddle in April 2021 ending his career with over 3500 winners, the second highest total in history. This massive tally of winners included being champion jockey 4 times a number which might have been significantly higher had Johnson’s career not been in a golden time for National Hunt jockeys with AP McCoy and himself ending up becoming the 2 most winning NH jockeys of all time.

Johnson holds the record for the most appearances in the Grand National, has twice won the Cheltenham Gold Cup, on Looks Like Trouble in 2000 and Native River in 2018 and has won numerous other graded races.