Welcome to Markwell Racing
Welcome to Markwell Racing. Our training facilities provide an excellent environment for the training of racehorses. The stable facilities include boxes, yards, three walkers, sand rolls, private equestrian swimming pool and is located track side at Kembla Grange racecourse.
Gwenda Markwell is the leading trainer at Kembla Grange having won the Champion Local Trainer of the Year for the past eleven years as well as also being the Kembla Grange Champion Trainer of The Year. In 2012-2013 season she beat both Chris Waller and Peter Snowden.
Gwenda was also named the 2011/12 NSW Provincial Trainer Of The Year and this year (2012-13) trained the Provincial Horse of The Year-Rolling Pin.
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KEMBLA GRANGE 18/04/2015
CITY OF WOLLONGONG RSL SUB-BRANCH GALLIPOLI CUP (BENCHMARK 60 HCP) 1400
KEMBLA GRANGE 18/04/2015
THE SHELLHARBOUR CLUB MAIDEN HANDICAP 1400
HAWKESBURY GAZETTE & COURIER BENCHMARK 60 HANDICAP 1300
KEMBLA GRANGE 13/03/2015
CLASSIC DAY CLASS 2 HANDICAP 1500
KEMBLA GRANGE 28/02/2015
STANWELL TOPS BENCHMARK 60 HANDICAP 1500
It has been a decade of dominance for the Queen of Kembla, but Markwell wants only to praise the work of her team
Unfashionable cup hope Peal Of Bells was so unwanted he couldn't attract a bid when put through a sales ring as a weanling and had his owner-breeder on the cusp of "giving him away" after just one race start
The only man to complete Wagga's Prelude-Cup double has endorsed Gwenda Markwell's Agent Bauer as a galloper capable of stepping out of Macknuckle's shadow
Hugh Bowman has been at the peak of his powers during the festive season and a treble at Warwick Farm yesterday took his total of winners to 11 for the holiday period.
Kembla Grange trainer Gwenda Markwell is out to replicate her Christmas Eve double at Canterbury as Rolling Pin and Royal Esprit return to Sydney
GWENDA Markwell would have been happy to let the whole thing blow over. At Kembla Grange today, Markwell will be called on to accept the champion trainer and leading Kembla trainer awards for the Illawarra Turf Club’s 2010-11 season.
Gwenda Markwell was delighted to finally win a race with ''her horse'' in the Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm yesterday
Markwell Racing wins 8 Premierships at Kembla Grange in a row
Lodge the Deeds comfortably won the MTA Automotive Training Hcp at Randwick on Saturday 22 August 2009. The win was his fourth Saturday metropolitan win. He was well ridden by Corey Brown and started at $4.90.