Jeremy Noseda – Trainer Profile

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Trainer
Jeremy NosedaUK flag
Circuit: UK and Ireland
Date of Birth:
1969
Based:
County Tipperary, Ireland
Circuit:
UK and Ireland
Notable Horses:
Adelaide, Gleneagles, Found
Titles Awarded:
Champion Trainer (2007, 2008)
Biggest Wins:
  • Grandeur: Twilight Derby – November 03, 2012
  • The Gold Cheongsam: Weatherbys Insurance 2-Y-O Stakes – September 14, 2012
  • Fantastic Moon: Candy Kittens Solario Stakes – September 01, 2012

About Jeremy Noseda

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Jeremy Noseda

Although he has enjoyed less high-profile winners over the last three seasons, Jeremy Noseda remains an excellent trainer who is highly respected amongst his peers and also by some of Britain’s top owner-breeders who appreciate his particular talent at nurturing smart racehorses.

Since originally taking out his training licence in 1998, Noseda – who was for some years assistant trainer to the brilliant John Gosden and also had a spell out in the US – has trained some 13 Group and Grade 1 winners in Britain, Ireland and the US, his first big hit coming when sending out the filly Wannabe Grand to land the Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket in his first season in charge.

His first Royal Ascot success came with Just James in the 2002 renewal of the Group 3 Jersey Stakes. The following year Carry On Katie was the star of the string, winning the Group 2 Lowther Stakes before becoming her trainer’s second Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes heroine at a fixture where the now 52-year-old handler also landed the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes with Balmont.

Success in the USA and UK

In 2004 Noseda returned to the US where he landed his highest profile international success courtesy of Wilko in the Breeders’ Cup Turf Juvenile for owner-breeders Susan and Paul Roy, while 2005 saw his superb miler Proclamation land the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood in tremendous fashion.

2006 was the year Noseda landed his first classic, courtesy of Arafaa in the Irish 2000 Guineas. The colt followed up a few weeks later in the Group 1 St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot, while three months later the Roys Sixties Icon handed Noseda his second classic of the campaign when battling to a brave win in the St Leger at Doncaster.

Jeremy Noseda hosts his own youtube channel were the latest horses in training are featured, as well as inside scoops to his training grounds. A DVD is available as well, here is the teaser trailer with the trainer’s bio:

Best Horses in the Following Seasons

Among Noseda’s best horses in subsequent season have been Fleeting Spirit, Arabian Gleam, Irish St Leger winner Sans Frontieres, US Grade 1 winner Western Aristocrat, and the versatile Winter Derby winner, Grandeur.

While those close to him testify to his good nature and easy-going way, Noseda is often ill-at-ease with the media. He gained a reputation among some members of the press for being a difficult interviewee early on in his career, although that seems to have eased in recent years. There’s little doubt though that the Jesuit Catholic school-educated Newmarket-based handler prefers to stay out of the limelight and let his horses do the talking whenever possible.

Stats and Record

Breeders Cup Juvenile 2015

Winning the Breeders Cup Juvenile in 2015 with Ryan Moore

Over the last 10 years Noseda has registered an average winning strike rate of around 20% – no mean feat – and invariably uses top jockeys to partner his runners. Ryan Moore (43) has ridden more winners for the trainer than anyone else and has done so at a winning strike rate of a superb 27%.

Not far behind though are William Buick (24%), Jimmy Fortune and George Baker (23%), Frankie Dettori (22%), and Jamie Spencer (20%).

Noseda has a particularly good win ratio on turf at Goodwood and Lingfield (25%), while close behind are both Windsor and Yarmouth (24%). It’s worth noting he has a 19% strike rate on Newmarket’s July course, but can only muster 8% on the track’s Rowley Mile.

When it comes to the all-weather racing few trainers can match Noseda’s percentages. He has sent out 44% winners at Southwell, 31% at both Lingfield and Wolverhampton, and 20% at Kempton, so it certainly pays to keep a very close eye on his runners on artificial surfaces.

Best Horses and Stable Tour 2016

These are Jeremy Noseda´s best horses for this 2016 season stable tour, courtesy of attheraces.com [2]:

Aussie Andre – Should develop into a great handicap racer.

Outback Traveler – A horse that looks ready to be in listed company.

Sloane Avenue – Was beaten by a draw in the Godolphin Mile, but can be a money maker on his abroad journeys.

Firmament – Improving with each race with the Shalfleet team.

Librisa Breeze – Gelded for the 2016 season and can be a great runner on handicaps.

Rain Wind and Fire – Showing promise, did a two out of two at Kempton and can perform even better.

References

[1] jeremynoseda.com, Jeremy Noseda Official Page, 2016

[2] attheraces.com, Jeremy Noseda Stable Tour, 2016