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Chris' first morning on the gallops


We are delighted to be supporting Chris Hughes in preparation for his Macmillan Cancer Charity Ride at York in June.  He had his first morning on the gallops with the team last week and it went very well.  Here's the first of his Jonjo O'Neill Racing diaries.


The Beast from the East


We were hit quite hard by a mixture of the Beast from the East and Storm Emma over the weekend with snow covering the whole of Jackdaws Castle and drifts measuring over 8 feet!  We are so grateful to all of our amazing staff for their efforts and have shared videos across our social media of the activity over the weekend.  The snow is thawing very quickly and we have blue skies overhead and are looking forward to a few runners this week starting with Corlay running at Southwell today and Catching On at Exeter tomorrow if it passes the


Supporting Chris for Charity


We are delighted to be supporting Chris Hughes as he embarks on his charity race at York in June 2018 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Suport.  Chris, who will be sponsored by Coral through his journey, will be training here at Jackdaws Castle once a week leading up to the race under the guidance of Jonjo and our jockeys in the yard. You can support Chris by donating on his Just Giving page here - We wish him the best of luck! #TeamJackdaws


The Ups and Downs of Racing


We started off Friday in great style with Django Django winning comfortably but unfortunately, the day went downhill from there with the very sad loss of Taquin du Seuil who had been a fantastic horse for the Broughton Family and Friends. He started off winning for us in October 2012 – winning his maiden hurdle at Uttoxeter, followed by finishing a close second to My Tent Or Yours at Ascot (little did we know he finished second to a future Champion). He followed this by winning the Grade 2 Winter Novice Hurdle at Sandown and the Grade 1


Back Among the Winners


It was great to get back amongst the winners with Noble Robin wining in great style under Richard Johnson at Wetherby on Saturday, following up his previous win at Ffos Los. The Tailgater also ran well, finishing 4th at Kempton. This week we have runners tomorrow at Ludlow, Champagne at Tara and Capote followed by Catching On at Chepstow on Friday and two possible runners at Taunton on Saturday. As we have said before, January is a very quiet month for us and we will only have the occasional runner at the beginning of next week, but hope


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