Jane Chapple-Hyam’s attitude to training horses is simple: it’s about getting results for the owners, which is one of the many reasons Invictus has chosen Jane to train for Invictus. Jane has a fantastic 46% first four prize money strike rate, which gives owners exactly what they want and what Invictus is also about.
With Jane patience is the key. She has a small yard, which pays attention to every single detail and every horse is treated as an individual. For Jane, it is all about getting the best out of each horse. “Getting the best out of the horses, and the best for the owners is what matters. The horse has to walk out the yard worth more than what it came into the yard for our work to be considered a success”. For Invictus this is incredibly important, when selling affordable shares to give owners as much fun as possible.
Although Jane’s personal greatest moment was her first winner, which was an Australian bred horse; Chief Commander at Wolverhampton, her finest training performance and most celebrated victory, was winning the Ebor Handicap in August 2006 with Mudawin, which made training history going off at odds of 100-1.