Justin Wadham, whose work in the bloodstock industry since 1986 has given him a profile in the field, specialises in both contentious and non-contentious horseracing and bloodstock work. ‘I’ve worked closely with thoroughbred horses for much of my life,’ he has said in an interview. ‘I am married to a racehorse trainer and am familiar with practices which may be totally foreign to a lot of other people.’
Wadham is a former director of the British Horseracing Authority and a council member of the Race -horse Owners Association. He is a former trustee of World Horse Welfare, a former director and MD of Darley (the biggest racing and bloodstock enterprise in the world) and has written numerous legal articles in bloodstock publications.