Jamie Codd has added to his racing C.V each year since beginning his career in 2000 with his title hauls including, two national titles, four Northern titles, 12 Eastern titles, three senior awards and one Southern title. The Wexford native has also enjoyed considerable success on the track, including Grade 1 victories at the Punchestown and Cheltenham Festivals, and finishing second aboard Cause Of Causes in the 2017 Aintree Grand National. In November 2018, he became just the second rider to reach 900 winners in points, with success at Loughanmore aboard Pegase Amour.er won the older maiden.
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Former American Grand National winner Jury Duty landed the Thurles Racecourse Hunters Chase in the hands of Jamie Codd.
The winning-most amateur rider at the Cheltenham Festival has expressed his hope authorities will allow them to compete next month.
The pair have now won that regional title for 15 years consecutively as their share the 2019/20 crown.
The Loughbrickland winner landed the Grade 2 National Hunt Challenge Cup on day one of the Cheltenham Festival.
The Co. Carlow handler sent out the mare to win at Dromahane and she is a leading contender for the Champion Bumper.
The Co. Wexford native is set for a number of rides next week at the Cheltenham Festival.
The opening contest of the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday sees a final entry of 22, containing multiple point-to-point graduates.
Sky is the limit for Amarillo after gritty debut success.
The four-year-old maiden at Tinahely won by Bring The Action features in the latest edition of the ITM -backed series.
Landmark for Codd as Action provides Murphy with double.
Hulabaloo raises a cheer as Woods notches first win.
Celebrations a plenty for Murphy as Brooksway Fair catches the eye on debut.
Lesser proves more to give Blake first point success.
Askinvillar was a 12th winner of the season for Colin Bowe.
Codd at the treble following Corran Cross maiden romp.
The awards, which will be presented early next month, draw on nominees from across the Irish racing industry.
Yousay it best keeps Codd in title hunt with game success
Honest Exchange builds on promise to kickstart Codd treble
Edwulf was unsurprisingly the star attraction at Loughrea as he drew a strong crowd to the Co. Galway course
The 2019/20 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where Murphy got off the mark as Gale At Sea storms home to win her four-year-old maiden.
The 40th Annual Irish Field Point-to-Point Awards took place on Saturday 8th June at the Hotel Minella, Co. Tipperary.
Thirteen wins apiece for Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin sees them share the title as race goes down to the wire.
The victory marks O'Connor's ninth Southern Title and his second Senior Title.
Askdaboss sprung a mils surprise when taking a division of the four-year-old maiden for former rider Shane Hassett.
Barry O'Neill was crowned eastern champion for the 2018/19 season as that region finishes at Stradbally.
Jamie Codd dominated at Loughanmore with a treble on the replacement fixture for the cancelled Easter meeting.
Jamie Codd won his fourth northern title following a treble at Loughanmore including a 10th of the season for Kruzhlinin.
Frilly Frock avenged her recent narrow defeat to kick-start a winning weekend for Colin Bowe at the Fermanagh course.
Jamie Codd capped of a week which saw him enjoy Grade 1 success when riding a double at the Galway venue.
Barry O'Neill and Colin Bowe were in double winning form at a fixture which also saw Kruzhlinin become the first horse to win nine races.
Kruzhlinin moved clear once again at the top of the champion pointer table with a record-breaking ninth success.
The Finians Oscar connections of Murphy, Codd and Logan combined to produce the eye-catching Grangeclare Native.
Former rider Andrew Latta sent out Moonlit Wings to win the mares maiden in fine style.
Kruzhlinin has taken all before him in points this season as in one of two runners in the Foxhunters for Gordon Elliott.
A number of riders were banned following the start, whilst John Barry receieved a seperate 12-day suspension.
Jamie Codd recorded his second success at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival with the victory of Envoi Allen.
Envoi Allen justified favouritism to land the Weatherbys Champion Grade 1 Bumper in the hands of Jamie Codd.
County Wexford rider Jimmy O'Rourke had a successful day at Borris House on Sunday when recording a double on the card.
Colin Bowe saddled his fourth success of the season in this age division when Linelee King ran out an impressive eight-length winner.
For the second year in succession local rider Daire McConville took the confined hunt winners race this time aboard Longtymegone.
Evan Dwan enjoyed a day to remember at Oldtown when riding his first double and bringing his season’s tally to four winners.
Colin Bowe made a successful start to his new relationship with Gigginstown House Stud, as Hell’s Canyon, returned the easy ten-length winner.
Twelve months on from his Ballinaboola maiden success, Envoi Allen picked-up his fourth success on the bounce.
Jamie Codd made a successful return from injury in the Steel Lintels Ireland Ltd. five-year-old geldings’ maiden aboard Whatsupwithyou.
Jamie Codd is closing in on a return to the saddle following a partially collapsed lung that he suffered at Limerick.
Jamie Codd is facing a spell on the sidelines after suffering a partially collapsed lung in a fall at Limerick over Christmas
The first of nine contests produced an impressive display when Mount Ida took the opening division of the four-year-old mares’ maiden.
Darragh Allen attained a notable milestone by partnering his 21st career winner, shedding his five pound claim in the process.
As competition within the open division begins to intensify, Coastal Tiep added to his burgeoning reputation by claiming the JA Electrical Services open.
Declan Queally made his only mount of the day count when combining with Debbie Hartnett to win the 5YO Mares maiden aboard Whatsastory.
Jamie Codd reached a significant milestone in his career, when riding his 900th winner between the flags.
Jamie Codd became just the second rider in point-to-point history to record 900 winners following the success of Pegase Amour.
Moig South played host to the second divide of the season, as 17 declaration for the four-year-old geldings’ maiden necessitated two divisions.
For the second weekend in succession Mick Goff and Shane Fitzgerald teamed up to take a second four-old-maiden in seven days.
Former champion point-to-point rider Jamie Codd has a close affinity with Tinahely, and on Sunday got his season off the mark when registering a double.
The Ashleigh Murphy yard continued their recent good fortunes at Largy with the success of Wild Polly.
Local connections Colin McKeever and Wilson Dennison were among the Easter winners at Loughanmore.
Lough Derg Rose & Norwegian Woods proved to be poignant winners for owner Pat Coffey.
The rescheduled Ballyragget point-to-point took place on Sunday where Jamie Codd enjoyed a three timer.
On an afternoon that saw snow on the ground, Pat Doyle recorded his second success of the weekend in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden.
Conditions were very tough at Kirkistown on Saturday where Mark O'Hare enjoyed a double on the day.
Richard Black has enjoyed a dream start to his training career, consigning the most expensive point-to-point mare at last March.
The annual Punchestown point-to-point provided the setting for James Murphy's first career winner.
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.
Portnablagh impressed for Jamie Codd and Liam O'Brien around the new-look Dungarvan course.
Lagan Island continued his rise through the ranks with a comfortable success for Noel and Sean McParlan.
Marinero, a horse of Grade 1 class, made a winning reappearance between the flags for Barry O'Neill.
Burning Ambition picked-up a fourth race on the bounce for the Wexford duo of Rob James & Pierce Power.
Donnchadh Doyle sent out his initial winner of the season when Darsi In The Park landed the opening four-year-old maiden.
The opening four-year-old maiden at Kirkistowns Autumn fixture saw the opening leg of a double for reigning champion Barry O’Neil.
Two-time winner from last season, Burning Ambition, took his third consecutive victory in the colours of Alexandria Gardner.
Pat Doyle lavished praise upon his Danny Kirwan following an emphatic debut success.
Colin Bowe, Heather Kiernan and Eugene O'Sullivan all continued their winning ways into Loughrea.
Got The Nac proved to be another eye-catching value purchase by Kildare handler Peter Flood.