British Jump Jockeys’ Championship 2023/24: Who currently tops the standings?

Who will win this year's crown?

Brian Hughes

The Jumps season is in full swing and the fight for the British Jockeys’ Championship is heating up.

The 2023/24 Jumps season is well past the halfway point, however, as it technically started on May 1, 2023 and is set to conclude on April 27, 2024 with the finale fixture at Sandown.

Brian Hughes is the reigning champion, although it is a two-man battle between Sean Bowen, who built up a huge lead in the early months of the campaign, and Paul Nicholls’ stable jockey Harry Cobden.

The latest horse racing odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise the latest Jump Jockeys’ Championship standings for the current season is below.

British Jump Jockeys’ Championship 2023/24

1 – Harry Cobden – Wins: 126 Rides: 550 Strike Rate: 23%
2 – Sean Bowen – Wins: 123 Rides: 540 Strike Rate: 23%
3 – Brian Hughes – Wins: 90 Rides: 598 Strike Rate: 15%
4 – Sam Twiston-Davies – Wins: 87 Rides: 499 Strike Rate: 17%
5 – Gavin Sheehan – Wins: 77 Rides: 415 Strike Rate: 19%
6 – Harry Skelton – Wins: 52 Rides: 294 Strike Rate: 18%
7 – Nico de Boinville – Wins: 48 Rides: 193 Strike Rate: 25%
8 – Jonjo O’Neill Jr – Wins: 45 Rides: 274 Strike Rate: 16%
9 – Sean Quinlan – Wins: 43 Rides: 381 Strike Rate: 11%
10 – Tom Cannon – Wins: 40 Rides: 277 Strike Rate: 14%

Last Updated: Monday, February 19

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