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|Our top two jumpers are confirmed as syndicates for the 2016-17 winter season|
|DATE POSTED: 19/04/2016|
We are delighted to
report that both Little Jimmy and Nicely Indeed - our top two
performing jumpers in winter - will be returning for another season
of quality jump racing for the 2016-17 winter season...
We received some super news through from our jumps trainers during the last week. Both Little Jimmy (eight times winner and two wins this winter jumps season) and Nicely Indeed (Two-times Bumper winner and prospective Cheltenham horse) are confirmed fit and well and we will be syndicating them once again for next season.
Little Jimmy (Brian Hughes in the saddle) being led in by trainer Tommy Gretton after his Bangor win.
Little Jimmy has been a stable favourite since, well, forever. Tommy Gretton has trained this chaser superbly well and he has won twice every season for the last three years now! Shareholders continue to have a great time with 'Jimmy', and although his winter season is now over, we can confirm that he will be back for more of the same next season.
Shares in Little Jimmy are now available and you can be involved with this super big, black beauty for less than £140. He really is a smashing horse to be a part of, and Tommy Gretton seems to be able to get the very best from this 9YO, even if the ground is 'Heavy' everywhere, as it was last season. He is now enjoying his summer holidays, but will be back and ready to race once again in mid-September.
- View the shares in 'Jimmy' now
Meanwhile, down at Lambourn, trainer Seamus Durack was able to confirm that our Cheltenham hope, Nicely Indeed, will be back again next season. He won two races for this shareholders last season before going to Cheltenham in December and running a big race in a hot Novice Hurdle. He managed to sustain a minor injury that day, despite still finishing fifth, which kept him away from the track for the last few months of the season - but that setback is now resolved and the gelding will be back in Autumn to continue his rise to the top - hopefully!
This gelding was something of a revelation when running away with two Bumpers and Seamus believes the time off he has had since Christmas will have done this gelding the power of good. His early runs in Novice Hurdles will be closely monitored by shareholders in Autumn!
- View the shares in 'Nicely' now