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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

  • Grand National 2018 Preview: Best jockey and horse partnerships

    Grand National 2018 Preview: Best jockey and horse partnerships

    Chief Correspondent Jamie Lynch assesses the best horse-and-rider partnerships in the 2018 Grand National.

  • Grand National Interview: Buy into wise Williams

    Grand National Interview: Buy into wise Williams

    He may not be amongst the favourites for the 2018 Grand National, but Buywise is a favourite amongst jump racing fans, all because of a his distinct style that marks him out from the crowd. Jamie Lynch talked to the horse’s trainer, Evan Williams, about the dynamics of Buywise and the difference in him this season ahead of his second tilt at the Grand National.

  • Jamie Lynch weekend preview: Second Sight

    Jamie Lynch weekend preview: Second Sight

    Recapping Cheltenham prior to looking ahead to the start of the Flat this weekend, Jamie Lynch concentrates on a single theme, of celebrating the seconds.

  • Jamie Lynch's Cheltenham Festival Preview

    Jamie Lynch's Cheltenham Festival Preview

    Everybody has had their fill of Cheltenham previews for this year, via endless panels and paragraphs, and so what better way to start afresh than with the first Cheltenham preview of the 2019 Festival. Jamie Lynch takes a far-sighted look through the long-range telescope to make sense of what might happen then, influenced by the events of this week.

  • Handicap Homework: Grounds for Optimism

    Handicap Homework: Grounds for Optimism

    There’s planning, plotting and placing that all goes into preparing a horse for a Cheltenham handicap, but nothing makes a difference like a difference in the ground. Who knows what impact the snowy spell will have, but more often than not the conditions at Cheltenham change with the spring season, bringing unconsidered horses more on the radar, and that’s the purpose of this statistical study which uses Timeform data to pinpoint some would-be transformers.

  • Jamie Lynch's Weekend Preview: Absent Minded Altior

    Jamie Lynch's Weekend Preview: Absent Minded Altior

    Getting to the top is easy, staying there is the difficult part. In a similar vein, coming back is easy, coming back with an agenda amid time pressures is the difficult part. That’s the biggest issue for some of the biggest players this weekend, with both Altior and Native River returning from a long absence, with a job to do and a bigger job around the corner. Jamie Lynch, delving into Timeform data, assesses what recent history tells us about the difficulties of playing this game and what the comeback stars need to do.

  • Jamie Lynch's Dublin Racing Festival Preview: Allen key

    Jamie Lynch's Dublin Racing Festival Preview: Allen key

    Find out why Timeform chief correspondent Jamie Lynch believes that Espoir d’Allen will be the new favourite for the Triumph after the Dublin Racing Festival.

  • 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.

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