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South West Jumps Magazine 2020/21

The magazine for the south west region of the jockey club

As we relive and reminisce over the historic moments that last season brought us, we look ahead at what the 2020/21 season has in store.


For Issue One, we caught up with last season's Champion Conditional jockey, Jonjo O'Neill Jr. alongside his father, Jonjo O'Neill Snr ahead of the upcoming season. We introduce Cheltenham Racecourse Director, Zara Tindall MBE to our Junior Jumpers™ Racing Pony, Zara! 


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Kalendar Magazine - Issue One - October 2020

Preview Evening

Rewatch our first Preview Evening webinar hosted by The Racing Josh, with Clerk of the Course Simon Claisse, in form trainer Fergal O'Brien, and retired Festival winning jockey Barry Geraghty and they talked all things The Showcase.

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Our Jump Season Hub

The Jumps season is officially here. This is your place for all the latest news, racecards, and competitions from Cheltenham Racecourse whilst we race behind closed doors. 

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Claisse's Corner & The Going

For all the racing news, Going map and updates from the course including Simon's Going video ahead of racing each morning. 

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Entertainment For Everyone

Keep entertained with our Entertainment Hub, featuring a downloadable activity pack for kids, and a complimentary Barre fitness class. 

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Why is it called Kalendar? 


The name 'Kalendar' is in reference to the first racing calendar which was produced by The Jockey Club in April 1752 by John Pond which gave notice that there would be a race at Newmarket for 'horses the Property of the Noblemen and Gentlemen belonging to The Jockey Club'.


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