JAMIE SNOWDEN has already had a season to remember with his 41 winners and a strike rate of 26% surpassing his personal best achieved with 35 winners 2017-18 and still has plenty to look forward too as we enter 2020.
The Lambourn trainer has dreams of Aintree in April with impressive Grand Sefton winner Hogan’s Height and, as a past Festival winner with Present View in 2014, whose to say that the classy Pacify or Thebannerking Rebel won’t be figuring prominently in their chosen engagements at Cheltenham in March.
The exciting Kiltealy Briggs looks a horse for whom Snowden has yet to see the best of and Thomas Macdonagh is another with still untapped potential and all in all everything in the garden is looking rosey.
Snowden said: “To have 41 winner prior to Christmas with a 50-horse yard is wonderful and we are delighted with the way things have gone. We just have to hope we can keep the momentum going and carry on as we are.”
Jamie kindly spoke to Tony Elves of ATR about those that have took him soaring to new heights in his career.