Recognising Jump racing brilliance in the South West region of The Jockey Club
Running from the start of the season in the region through to 25th May 2017, the South West Jump Awards are destined to be one of the highlights of the Jump racing calendar.
Be it horses, stable staff, trainers or owners, these awards seek to reflect and celebrate outstanding contributions to our sport across Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton racecourses during the 2016/17 season.
Recognising two owners who are committed to running horses and winning in the South West region during the 2016/17 season. Leading owner with four or more horses in training Leading owner with less than four horses in training
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Recognising two trainers in the South West region during the 2016/17 season. Awarding the leading trainer with 40 or more horses in training Awarding the leading trainer with less than 40 horses in training
Click here for the latest Leading Trainer of 40 or less horses leaderboard
Click here for the latest Leading Trainer of 40 or more horses leaderboard
A new era dawns for Jockeys as every title is sure to be hotly contested and eminently winnable. Points are awarded for wins at Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton. Professional, Conditional and Amateur
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Click here for the latest Leading Conditional Jockey leaderboard
Click here for the latest Leading Amateur Jockey leaderboard
HORSES OF THE SEASON
Recognising outstanding equine achievements across the Jockey Club South West region. Points are awarded for wins at Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton. Novice Hurdler, Hurdler, Novice Chaser and Chaser
Click here for the latest Leading Novice Hurdler leaderboard
Click here for the latest Leading Hurdler leaderboard
Click here for the latest Leading Novice Chaser leaderboard
Click here for the latest Leading Chaser leaderboard
HORSE OF THE SEASON
Judged by an expert panel this award will recognise the performance by an individual horse.
Remember Quevega winning for the six consecutive time in 2015 or Annie Power taking the Champion Hurdle in 2016 or Unowhatimeanharry winning at both Exeter and at The Festival in March?
PONY RACING ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SEASON
Sam Twiston-Davies and Sean Bowen have both ridden through the ranks to become recognised racing heroes and have coaxed the very best out of ponies on the journey to the professional ranks.
Our selected judges will recognise the achievement of the season at pony races across the South West region.
STABLE PERSON OF THE YEAR
A stable lad or lass is as crucial as any other element in winning races, this award seeks to recognise the behind the scenes passion, dedication and skills of the supporting cast to the heroes of our sport.
Nominated by trainers based in Gloucestershire, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and South Wales this award will be judged by a selected panel of industry experts.
RIDE OF THE SEASON
Judged by an expert panel this award recognises horsemanship of the highest calibre.
Who can forget AP McCoy’s ride aboard Wichita Lineman in 2009, or Victoria Pendleton partnering Pachu Du Polder to fifth place in the St James’s Place Foxhunter Chase at The Festival in 2016? This award will recognise individual horsemanship and outstanding skill in the South West and is not restricted to winning rides.
HORSE PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON
Judged by an expert panel this award will recognise an outstanding equine performance.
FREQUENT RUNNER AWARDS
Now in its sixth year, this award recognises trainers who continually run their horses across the region’s racecourses.
Points are awarded for runs at Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton.
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OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD
Recognising a horse, or person that has made an outstanding contribution to the South West Jump season.
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