⭐️ Gutsy from Goshen— Racing TV (@RacingTV) February 19, 2022
The mercurial talent is all class as he lands successive runnings of the G2 Kingwell Hurdle for @gl_racing & @jemoore85 at @wincantonraces, winning a classic tussle with Adagio
🏆 2021 pic.twitter.com/kNEdyNVMnl
Moore has often been called a 'Plumpton specialist' and he has certainly trained many winners there but that's more about being local to him than an inability to send out winners at other tracks.
Fontwell and Lingfield would be others close by where Moore has had more than his fair share of success but in truth has he has enjoyed winners far and wide.
Moore the handicap king
Sire De Grugy
Moore decided to send his rising star chasing for the 2012/13 campaign and he duly won four of his six races, culminating in a Grade 2 success in Sandown's Celebration Chase at the end of the season.
That was a significantly improved piece of form, and for the next couple of seasons he dined at the top table. In 2013/14, he was beaten just once, finishing second at Cheltenham in the Listed Schloer Chase.
📅 ON THIS DAY 📅— GG (@ggcouk) January 18, 2021
Sire De Grugy was a decisive winner of the Clarence House Chase at Ascot 🏆
What a phenomenal performance it was - kudos to trainer @gl_racing and jockey @jemoore85! 🏇pic.twitter.com/XBZFiT1mNT
Significant Flat winners
Moore trained his first winner over jumps in the 1993/94 season.
Moore set a new personal best tally for a jumps season during 2021/22.