Folly House, Lambourn

Email: info@jamiesnowdenracing.co.uk

Mobile: 07779 497 563

Logo

News

31st August 2011

31-August-2011
31-August-2011 0:00
in General
by Admin

We've had a busy schooling morning today. Graduation Night jumped fences for the first time, and was awesome. I cannot wait to see him run in a novice handicap chase, and feel he could be a horse to follow this season. El Diego popped a line of fences as well, and is sure to win his fare share this season as well. He finished 3rd and 2nd in his last 2 runs before his summer hols, and will have benefited from a good break. I jumped Oscar The Myth over fences as well, and he was far better over fences than hurdles, and I think we'll go novice handicap chasing with him as well. He is a big scopey individual, who has needed time to grow into his frame, and I think we'll have some some fun with him in soft ground this winter. Tea Caddy popped a couple of hurdles, and having won her Point last season, is sure to come into her own in mares novice hurdles this season.

Lettie Snowden showing her enthusiasm for racing from an early age.

 

@jamie__snowden