Welcome to the home of group winning trainer Jack Davison,
Jack Davison is an accomplished racehorse trainer who obtained his full license in December 2017. He has since dedicated himself to building his own horse racing training establishment at Killarkin Stud, a family-owned property located just outside Dunboyne in County Meath, Ireland.
With a rich history in horse breeding and consignment, Killarkin Stud has been a leading stud farm in the Northern Hemisphere for decades. Jack's grandfather, Walton Davison, purchased the farm in the late 1950s and bred numerous notable racehorses, including Group 1 winners Hot Spark and Steel Heart.
Jack's grandfather was instrumental in syndicating the US-bred stallion Habitat, who went on to become one of the most influential sires in recent history. Although Jack never got to meet his grandfather, he shares the same obsession with racehorses.
Today, Jack continues the family legacy by bringing his own expertise to the farm, offering world-class training and breeding services to horse owners and enthusiasts alike.
One of the biggest highlights of Jack's career was his parents' homebred filly Mooneista winning the Group Two Paddy Power Sapphire Stakes at Oaks Weekend in the Curragh in 2021. It was a proud moment for Jack and his family, who have worked hard to sustain the stud farm.
If you visit the famed Killarkin Stud today, you'll see that no stone has been left unturned in the pursuit of excellence. It's a testament to the hard work of Jack's parents, John and Paula.