Racehorse ownership for only £7.02 per week!
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The name Jimmy Frost has been synonymous with West Country racing for more than 40 years. Most well-known for winning the Grand National in 1989 on Little Polvier, he has ridden over 500 winners in the saddle over his 30-year career. The Frost family now run a successful racing club in the picturesque village of Buckfastleigh in Devon. Bryony Frost and Hadden Frost have followed in Jimmy’s footsteps and are both successful jockeys – Bryony being the first ever woman to win over obstacles Cheltenham in the Ryan Air Chase. Hadden has won numerous races including The Pertemps final at Cheltenham on Buena Vista in 2010 for David Pipe. Hadden is now based in Florida, USA and is a successful timber racing jockey.

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If you have ever thought of owning a racehorse…
This is your chance to fulfil your dreams!

Experience all the thrills of racehorse ownership at a fraction of the cost. Enjoy all the benefits of being an owner including the use of owners facilities at races plus entrance to the paddock and post-race celebrations for only £7.02 per week! All our horses are usually ridden by the UK’s leading female jump jockey Bryony Frost.

Membership may be purchased as a perfect Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding or Christmas gift.

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Since turning professional in July 2017, Bryony has had some amazing opportunities and big wins, including winning seven out of eight races on her first professional winner Black Corton. In January 2018 she won The Betfair Classic Chase at Warwick with an amazing ride on Milansbar, as well as a very impressive 17-length win on Frodon in The Crest Nicholson Chase at Cheltenham.
Bryony first started work as a Pupil Assistant in the summer of 2016 and is now Professional Jockey with Paul Nicholls at Ditcheat. Bryony rides all the club horses unless she is already booked for another ride.


Jimmy Frost’s column now every Sunday in The Independent and every Tuesday here!

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Inconsistent Racing Rules, 22.11.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 22.11.2020 | A Touch of Frost |  Our hearts go out this week for the young jockey Alexander Thorne. Aged just 24, he rode his first televised winner at Taunton this week but was disqualified for a simple mistake. He forgot to get...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Mammoth tooth removal, 15.11.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 15.11.2020 | A Touch of Frost | Equine dentistry has come a long way since I was a lad, but it still remains a potentially nasty situation when a tooth requires removing at the back of a horse’s jaw. This week we noticed that one...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Lockdown but racing continues, 08.11.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 08.11.2020 | A Touch of Frost | Yes, despite lockdown the Government has agreed that elite sport can continue. There have been additional measures put in place to ensure safety to all attending the courses which mirror the guidance...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Contacting Prince Charles, 01.11.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 01.11.2020 | A Touch of Frost | It’s been a great few day for Bryony with two fantastic wins plus she joined The Sun’s racing team and had her first column published. As most people know, Bryony’s love of her life is Frodon who she...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Bomb in stables? 25.10.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 25.10.2020 | A Touch of Frost | The life as a racehorse trainer is filled with ups and downs. This week was no exception. Bryony had a fantastic win on Bogoss du Perret at Stratford for owner Mrs Joan Bury. He had run well at...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – COVID-19 behind horse abandonment. 18.10.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 18.10.2020 | A Touch of Frost | The Racehorse Owners Association have launched a relief fund. A last result fund to support the needs of racehorses whose owners are suffering financial hardship due to the fall out of COVID-19. It...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Contaminated horse feed stops us racing. 10.10.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 10.10.2020 | A Touch of Frost | The horse racing industry received news this week that positive dope tests had been linked to horse feed produced by Gain Horse Feeds. The outcome being that owners across the country who use the...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Live streaming of point-to-point is announced. 04.10.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 04.10.2020 | A Touch of Frost | This week it was announced that Devon and Cornwall point-to-point racing will be steaming live. The season will start at Bishop’s Court near Ottery St Mary on October 24. I was fortunate to be part...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – A wink saved its life. 27.09.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 27.09.2020 | A Touch of Frost | Bryony and I took Quinto to Warwick on Monday and he ran really well coming fourth out of 17. He’s been placed twice now in his last two runs which has pleased our racing club members. Monday was a...

A week in the life of Jimmy Frost – Warwick opens its doors to spectators and Bryony is there. 20.09.2020

| Published in Sunday Independent on 20.09.2020 | A Touch of Frost | We were all very excited to hear that Warwick Racecourse have welcomed spectators back to the races for its September 21st fixture as part of a Government-approved trial event. Bryony will be riding...

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