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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

  • Weekend Preview: Dubawi version 2.6

    Weekend Preview: Dubawi version 2.6

    All eyes are on the Expert in the Dewhurst, with good reason, as Expert Eye has looked something special so far, but the race could be the springboard for not one but two stars, explains Jamie Lynch as he examines Emaraaty and the price to be paid for his sire’s stock.

  • Weekly Wrap: Buried treasure

    Weekly Wrap: Buried treasure

    The glamour boys and girls spoke for themselves last week, hogging the limelight, but the publicity around them meant that several subtle-but-significant statements got rather lost in the noise. Jamie Lynch singles out five such hidden headliners, spelling out the potential impacts, as well as summarising the weekend upcoming through the stinging eyes of the French.

  • Arc Preview: A season-long story

    Arc Preview: A season-long story

    It’s that stage of the season when the stage of the season becomes a big thing, her hard campaign hung around Enable’s neck as a potential anchor ahead of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Poring over statistics and pulling out relevant representatives, Jamie Lynch attempts to get to the heart of the matter.

  • St Leger Preview: Count on Frankel

    St Leger Preview: Count on Frankel

    It’s hard to recall a St Leger with so much strength in depth as this year’s edition, but the focus on the primary players means there are some smart stayers in the field going unheralded. Jamie Lynch profiles one who’s over his education but under the radar, despite who and where he comes from.

  • Weekend Preview: An A-Z guide to a bumper weekend

    Weekend Preview: An A-Z guide to a bumper weekend

    Summing up a huge weekend, Jamie Lynch turns to an A-Z in order to hoover up as many of the big races and big faces as he can.

  • York Preview: Rare Breeds and Speeds

    York Preview: Rare Breeds and Speeds

    Looking at the big week at York, Jamie Lynch focuses on the sprinting shootout in the Nunthorpe and explains exactly why it’s something to savour, as well as handpicking some of the hot topics from the other major races.

  • Weekend Preview: Silence still echoing on Sunday

    Weekend Preview: Silence still echoing on Sunday

    Tracing the associated heritage of two of the stars on show this weekend, Jamie Lynch remembers a giant of North American racing and his ongoing influence around the racing world.

  • Riding the waves: The 5 most improved jockeys of the year

    Riding the waves: The 5 most improved jockeys of the year

    The focus is on riders this weekend, courtesy of the Shergar Cup, but away from the glamour boys and girls at Ascot, Jamie Lynch unveils the 5 most improved jockeys of the year as determined by Timeform-unique data and tries to get the bottom of the related hows and whys.

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5:20 KEMPTON PARK

1st Bryony Frost silk 4. PRESENT MAN (IRE) 4/71.57f
2nd Fergus Gregory silk ¾ 5. TYNECASTLE PARK 22/123
J: Bryony Frost (5)  
All 5 ran.
FULL RESULT

5:10 SOUTHWELL

1st Connor Beasley silk 9. MISTER SHOWMAN 8/19
2nd Darragh Keenan silk 12. EUGENIC 66/167
3rd Luke Morris silk 4 3. TOPAMICHI 3/14f
All 14 ran.
FULL RESULT

5:00 LEOPARDSTOWN

1st William James Lee silk 2. GRAND PARTNER (IRE) 6/17
2nd Pat Smullen silk 1 6. THE LAST INDIAN (IRE) 3/14f
3rd K. J. Manning silk ½ 7. SLANEY STREET (IRE) 14/115
4th C. T. Keane silk nk 14. COMMANDER WON (IRE) 7/18
20 ran. NRs: 11  20  4 
FULL RESULT

4:50 KEMPTON PARK

1st Sam Twiston-Davies silk 2. BETTER DAYS (IRE) 11/43.75jf
2nd James Davies silk 4. HEROES OR GHOSTS (IRE) 8/19
All 7 ran.
FULL RESULT

4:40 SOUTHWELL

1st Darragh Keenan silk 4. PIAZON 13/27.5
2nd Tony Hamilton silk ½ 7. TREATY OF ROME (USA) 4/15f
3rd Paddy Pilley silk 1 8. PENNY DREADFUL 33/134
J: Darragh Keenan (7)  
T: John Butler  
12 ran. NRs: 13 
FULL RESULT

4:30 LEOPARDSTOWN

1st D. E. Sheehy silk 13. LUCKY MISTAKE (IRE) 11/26.5
2nd T. M. Sherry silk 9. PERFECT SOLDIER (IRE) 16/117
3rd W. T. Byrne silk 2 6. CONSTANT COMMENT (IRE) 5/16f
J: D. E. Sheehy (5)  
All 13 ran.
FULL RESULT

4:20 KEMPTON PARK

1st Harry Cobden silk 2. OLD GUARD 1/12f
2nd Sam Twiston-Davies silk 5. SAN BENEDETO (FR) 9/43.25
J: Harry Cobden  
All 6 ran.
FULL RESULT

4:10 SOUTHWELL

1st Tom Marquand silk 10. BINGO GEORGE (IRE) 15/28.5
2nd Nicola Currie silk 3. TASAABOQ 9/25.5f
3rd Paula Muir silk 6. QUADRIGA (IRE) 12/113
J: Tom Marquand  
T: Mark Rimell  
All 11 ran.
FULL RESULT

4:00 LEOPARDSTOWN

1st Seamie Heffernan silk 9. BOUND (IRE) 5/16
2nd C. T. Keane silk 6. CANNONBALL (IRE) 6/42.5f
3rd William James Lee silk ½ 2. PLAY THE GAME (IRE) 66/167
9 ran. NRs: 3 
FULL RESULT
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HORSE RACING SMART STATS

39%

Richard Johnson's strike rate on hurdling favourites since the start of the 2012/13 season (rides ACTION REPLAY)

21%

Alan King's strike rate with hurdlers at up to 2m2f since the start of the 2012/13 season (saddles LEXINGTON LAW)

22%

Alan King's strike rate in early season since the start of the 2012/13 season (saddles LEXINGTON LAW)
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