Jamie started his racing life in his native Yorkshire with the ambition of becoming a National Hunt Jockey. The quest took him to Lambourn aged eighteen where he spent two years with Nicky Henderson before moving on to become stable jockey to Oliver Sherwood.

The Worldwide winner total fell just short of 1000, including twelve Cheltenham Festival winners, more than anyone else in the nineties. On retirement from the saddle in 2000, Jamie turned his attention to training flat horses. So far training over 400 winners including four at Royal Ascot and important races in France and Dubai.

Two year olds have played a big part in the yard’s success, none more than the Dewhurst Winner, and Champion two year old, Milk it Mick.


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