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British flat racing Champion Jockey

The Champion Jockey of flat racing in Great Britain is the jockey who has ridden the most winning horses during a season. The list below shows the Champion Jockey and the number of winners for each year since 1840. The championship has been sponsored for the first time in 2009 by online casino 32Red.


  • 1853 - John Wells - 86
  • 1854 - John Wells - 82
  • 1855 - George Fordham - 70
  • 1856 - George Fordham - 108
  • 1857 - George Fordham - 84
  • 1858 - George Fordham - 91
  • 1859 - George Fordham - 118
  • 1860 - George Fordham - 146
  • 1861 - George Fordham - 106
  • 1862 - George Fordham - 166
  • 1863 - George Fordham - 103
  • 1864 - Harry Grimshaw - 164
  • 1865 - George Fordham - 142
  • 1866 - S. Kenyon - 123
  • 1867 - George Fordham - 143
  • 1868 - George Fordham - 110
  • 1869 - George Fordham - 95
  • 1870 - W. Gray / Maidment - 76
  • 1871 - Fordham / Maidment - 86
  • 1872 - Tom Cannon, Sr. - 87
  • 1873 - Harry Constable - 110
  • 1887 - Charles Wood - 151
  • 1888 - Fred Barrett - 108
  • 1889 - Tommy Loates - 167
  • 1890 - Tommy Loates - 147
  • 1891 - Morny Cannon - 137
  • 1892 - Morny Cannon - 182
  • 1893 - Tommy Loates - 222
  • 1894 - Morny Cannon - 167
  • 1895 - Morny Cannon - 184
  • 1896 - Morny Cannon - 164
  • 1897 - Morny Cannon - 145
  • 1898 - Otto Madden - 161
  • 1899 - Sam Loates - 160
  • 1901 - Otto Madden - 130
  • 1902 - Willie Lane - 170
  • 1903 - Otto Madden - 154
  • 1904 - Otto Madden - 161
  • 1905 - Elijah Wheatley - 124
  • 1906 - William Higgs - 149
  • 1907 - William Higgs - 146
  • 1909 - Frank Wootton - 165
  • 1910 - Frank Wootton - 137
  • 1911 - Frank Wootton - 187
  • 1912 - Frank Wootton - 118
  • 1924 - Charlie Elliott - 106
  • 1926 - Tommy Weston - 95
  • 1930 - Freddie Fox - 129


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