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JAMIE LYNCH

Jamie Lynch

Following on from Andy Capp, Jeff Stelling, Philip Middlemiss (Des Barnes from Corrie), Wayne Sleep and John Darwin (the ‘Canoe Man’), Jamie Lynch is the latest son of Hartlepool to make it big. Overcoming his north-eastern twang, Jamie – or Lynchy as he’s better known – has climbed the ranks in his decade at Timeform, including several years as a racecourse reporter, and now finds himself with the lofty title of Chief Correspondent. Follow Jamie on Twitter @LynchyTF

HORSE RACING FEATURES - LYNCH

  • Willie Mullins: Ace still to play at Cheltenham

    Willie Mullins: Ace still to play at Cheltenham

    In what has been something of a difficult campaign for Willie Mullins for one reason or another, Jamie Lynch looks at one big reason why things are looking up for him ahead of the Cheltenham Festival.

  • Weekend Preview: Invitation needed for Mullins

    Weekend Preview: Invitation needed for Mullins

    In the week of the latest entry stage for jump racing’s biggest prize, the Gold Cup, Jamie Lynch skirts around the issue of the headline act before outlining a potential Gold Cup horse of the future, one that Willie Mullins really could do with.

  • Happy New Year? The Top 10 Duels for 2018

    Happy New Year? The Top 10 Duels for 2018

    Looking ahead to next year, Jamie Lynch sets up the top 10 showdowns to look forward to that could define racing in 2018.

  • Christmas Preview: Festive A to Z

    Christmas Preview: Festive A to Z

    With so much going on in Britain and Ireland over the festive period, Jamie Lynch covers as much ground as he possibly can by dissecting the big faces and races in a Christmas A-Z.

  • Weekend Preview: It’s the Party season

    Weekend Preview: It’s the Party season

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when Christmas parties do strange things to sane people. Jamie Lynch looks at some of the stereotypes and applies them to headline horses racing on a big weekend of action.

  • Weekend Preview: Putting the form into Transformers

    Weekend Preview: Putting the form into Transformers

    Makeovers is the theme of the weekend, according to Jamie Lynch, with one eye on the Ladbrokes Trophy favourite, and he spells out some of the stars and stories of racing’s makeover game in the last 25 years, using Timeform data.

  • Cheltenham Preview: Northern Dreams

    Cheltenham Preview: Northern Dreams

    Chipping in on the debate over north-south divide in jumps racing, Jamie Lynch echoes the words of Donald McCain, with some historical reasoning, on his way to marking one out in Sunday’s Greatwood Hurdle.

  • Breeders' Cup Preview: 10 European Laws

    Breeders' Cup Preview: 10 European Laws

    Galloping through the Breeders’ Cup from a European perspective, Jamie Lynch pulls out the most pertinent points for the raiding party across the two nights of action at Del Mar.

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