Tim started his career with horses as a steeplechase jockey in his native England. The early part being with Breeder’s Cup winning trainer Michael Dickinsen who initiated Tim’s move to the US. After several years with Michael he spent time working sales auctions for many consignors and pin-hookers studying confirmation and meeting people that might be instrumental in his training career.
In 1995 Tim established his own stable at Fairhill Training Center in Maryland which has a unique European flavor. The choice of track surfaces and rolling hills enable younger horses to develop within themselves and older horses to freshen and stay sounder.
Tim Woolley racing stable is a smaller hands on stable of around fifteen horses throughout the year. Tim is close to training 100 winners and earnings of $2million. The year 2007 proved to be a banner year with four stakes winners and several stakes placed results.
In addition to the Fairhill facility his wife operates a small lay up farm one mile from the training center. This provides a place for starting out yearlings and turning out older horses for short vacations. Several retired racehorses have started out new careers while at the farm.