TJ Bloodstock was started in 2006 by Toby Jones after he was asked by a friend to keep a eye out for a nice cheap horse. The horse in question was called Anemix and won on his debut in the UK over hurdles and since then there has been no looking back.... 





Le vagabond: Following on from a recent hurdle win this time Le Vagabond scored in a Killarney handicap off top weight under a great ride from K. Fallon  



Sound Money: Won his maiden hurdle in good style at Killarney by 8L. 



Anibale Fly: Weaved through a big field to land a nice Handicap hurdle at the Punchestown Festival for Tony Martin and J.P McManus



Carre Noir: Battled well to win a Handicap hurdle at Newton Abbot for trainer Martin Hill 



Le Vagabond: Had most of his rivals under pressure early on to score the 4yr old hurdle at Tremor for trainer Edward O'Grady 



Sir Note: Followed up winning his 2nd Chase start at Market Rasen  



Heartbreak City: Very impressive 12L winner of the Cork Handicap for Tony Martin 



Roxyfet: In fantastic form Roxyfet won again for the Micky Hammond stable this time back in a chase at Catterick recording his 8th career win!  



Roxyfet: Followed up his recent win at Sedgefield with another this time over Hurdles 



All Souls: Won well on his Irish debut in the 4yr old hurdle at Navan for Edward O'Grady  



 Roxyfet: Ran out a 9L winner in the Handicap Chase at Sedgefield this afternoon 



Sir Note: Was a 13 L winner of a Novice Chase at Huntingdon



White Arm: Got his head in front to run out a 4 1/2L chase winner for Tony Martin and owner J.P McManus at Navan  



Caraline: Started where she left off last year, by winning! brining up the 4 timer and defying a 33lbs rise since her first win to score at Wetherby for Micky Hammond  



Zaheer: Made all and looked impressive in wining the first 4yr old bumper of the year at Naas making it a double for the Alan Fleming and Barry Connell stable. 



All You Need: Kick started the new year with a superb round of jumping at Naas to win her first chase start   



Caraline: Ended the year in style winning the handicap chase at Kelso by no less than 14L 



Roxyfet: Returned to Sedgefield for another victory for the inform Micky Hammond stable 



Vertueux: Got Boxing Day off to a good start winning the handicap hurdle at Market Rasen for trainer Tony Carroll



Anibale Fly: Over came traffic in running to show a great attiyude in winning his first hurdle start for trainer Tony Martin and Owner J.P McManus 



Caraline: Converted back to hurdling to score at Sedgefield by 14L 



Caraline: Jumped her way to an easy victory at Newcastle by 12L and looks to have a bright future chasing.  



Blue Hell: Took the feature Handicap Hurdle at Fairyhouse comfortably on his seasonal reappearance for the inform Alan Fleming and Barry Connell yard.



Roxyfet: The ultra consistant Roxyfet got his head in front to win the Handicap Chase at Sedgefield for trainer Micky Hammond 



Kitten Rock: Showed a good start to his chasing carrer winning the beginners chase at Navan for trainer Edward O'Grady.   



Gwencily Berbas: Made a great seasonal return taking the Gr3 hurdle at Fairyhouse by a wide margin



All You Need: Continued from where she left off in the spring with another good win over hurdles from a front running ride of Donagh Meyler 



Velvet Maker: Made a great start to his chasing career with faultless jumping to win impressively at Naas for Alan Fleming and Barry Connell  



Le Vagabond: Quickened clear to take the 3 yr old hurdle at Thurles and looks to have a bright future hurdling for Edward O'Grady  



Neflier: Continued his unbeaten record in Cross Country Chases to score by 9 lengths at Vichy 



Sarwistan: Finally got his head in front at Downpatrick under another great ride from Ruby Walsh to score for Tony Martin



Prince Kup: Won the maiden hurdle at Gowran Park comfortably for Edward O'Grady  



Tiliver: Made a winning debut in Ireland for Alan Fleming and Barry Connell to score by 9 lengths at Ballinrobe  



Time For Mabel: Jumped superbly to assert well and win the maiden hurdle at Ballinrobe for the Edward O'Grady yard.



Cassells Rock: Brought home a 1-2 for the Tony Martin yard when winning under a good ride from Donagh Meyler at Down Royal



Heartbreak City: Continued a good spell for the Tony Martin yard by forging clear close home to win a nice handicap at the York Ebor festival



Chines Princess: Showed herself to be a good buy after wining a handicap at Mont De Marsan on her second start since beeing bought!



Adimelo: Made his first start over hurdles a wining one for Alan Fleming and owner Barry Connell at Roscommon.



Ice Konig: Continued Jimmy Frosts good run in wining a handicap Hurdle at Newton Abbot



Deepika: Won the 10th hurdle race of her career in good stayle at Carcassone on the weekend



Sarika: Homebred Sarika showed his good agility to win the Cross Country Chase at Dax



Five O'Clock Tea: Made the trip to Perth worth while running out a 8length winner of a handicap chase.



Anibale Fly: Confirmed his early promise in winning his second bumper this time at Fairyhouse for Tony Martin and owner J.P McManus and hopefully will prove an even better hurdler next season.



All You Need: Made all to take the mares maiden hurdle at Navan by 15lengths for Alan Fleming and Barry Connell



Anibale Fly: Asserted and went clear in the final furlong to take the bumper at Navan for Tony Martin and J.P McManus giving young jockey D. Meyler his first winner, both who look set to have bright futures 



Sam Red: Pulled well clear to score by 26 lengths! Sam Red looks to love the soft ground and showed good improvement from his first start to take the maiden hurdle and Navan for Alan Fleming and Barry Connell



Gwencily Berbas: Made a winning start in Ireland taking the Gr2 4yr old Hurdle at Fairyhouse in fine style for Alan Fleming and Barry Connell. Gwencily showed a great attitude and looks a lovely chasing prospect for the future 



Kitten Rock: A great weekend visiting Ireland was topped off with a superb win from Kitten Rock in the Gr2 Red Mills Hurdle for Edward O'Grady and J.P McManus. A natural jumper who continues to impress.



Unique De Cotte: Showed real heart to make all in heavy ground to win a nice handicap hurdle at Ascot on Saturday for David Pipe, Tom Scudamore and J.P McManus. A genuine tough horse who looks every bit a chaser



Mydor: Looked to win with fair ease under Ruby Walsh for Tony Martin at Leopardstown on Sunday  



Kitten Rock: Again with a round of faultless jumping, Kitten beat a quality field to take the Gr3 Hurdle at Naas for Edward O'Grady and J.P McManus  



Mydor: A 5yr old with a great attitude picked up his 6th career win at Fairyhouse for Tony Martin and looks to still be improving  



Kitten Rock: Jumped fantastically and looks to be continuing to improve winning the Listed hurdle at Limerick by 14lengths  



Shemshal: Asserted close home to win a good handicap Hurdle for Tony Martin at Leopardstown. 



Unique De Cotte: Showed a great attitude to win a competitive handicap hurdle at Cheltenham, a great training performance from David Pipe to get the horse spot on after a long break for owner J.P McManus  



Kitten Rock: Kicked his season off in good style to take the Gr3 hurdle at Naas for trainer Edward O'Grady 



Shalamzar: Won the premier Handicap yesterday at Listowel picking up a good pot and showing another good training performance from Tony Martin and team



Neflier: Won again at Moulins this evening to make it 4 from 4 in Cross Country chases



Cassells Rock: Stayed on well to win again this time a Handicap hurdle at Bellewstown



Shemshal: Showed good speed to take a Bellewstown maiden droping back to 1mile 



Neflier: Took his 3rd Cross Country race in good style winning at Vichy by 9 lengths giving 18lbs to the 2nd!


Cassells RockWon a nice handicap at Leopardstown yesterday after previously showing good form on the flat 



Elishpour: Got off the mark to take the maiden hurdle in good style by 7lengths at Sligo



Cassiopee: Won on her second start back after a winter break and will now start her new career as a broodmare as she has now been confirmed in foal!



Deepika: Great day in the sun in the South of France to watch Deepika winning her 3rd consecutive hurdle win of the year (and 9th of her career!)




Shemshal: Ran out the 9length winner of the maiden hurdle at Down Royal 



Mydor: Landed the handicap hurdle in good style for Tony Martin and the boys from Mulvany's Bar!



Ominous: "Bolted up" last night according to the Australian commentator to take the Adelaide Cup a Listed Race in Australia, the horse seems to have acclimatised well in Australia and hopefully can continue to do well.




Union Saint: Continues to improve as he went clear at the last to take the handicap hurdle at Newton Abbot yesterday  



Vif Argent: Was given a great ride by young French Jockey Thomas Viel to win a handicap hurdle at Ffos Las for the Frenchman's first ride in the U.K




Ominous: We had our first winner down under yesterday when Ominous took an open class handicap at Adelaide, hopefully it is the first of many to come! 




 Kitten Rock: :Followed up his early success winning again in good style over hurdles for trainer Edward O'Grady   



Kitten Rock: Won very easy on his first start over hurdles at Navan  and looks to have a bright future 



Vif Argent: Drew clear to win his first chase in England at Wincanton 



Tony Dinozzo: Had a very easy win of the novice chase at Fakenham, a good way to start the New Year   



Tresor De Bontee: Finished off 2013 with a win at Uttoxeter for Richard Lee and Richard Johnson, and with it showing a very promising future over fences jumping and traveling very well on his first attempt chasing.



Sarenice: Made a wining return after a short break to make it back to back wins over hurdles.



Deauville Sales:

As always it was another great day in Deauville, the trade for flat horses was not strong and we got 3 little crackers early on. Though trade for National Hunt horses was good with some very nice horses being offered. I was lucky to secure the top lot of the day Balbir Du Mathan, a fabulous son of Saint Des Saints who won a Listed Hurdle at Auteuil the day before. Even though there was a lovely bunch of horses on offer he stood out head and shoulders above the rest, and I was very pleased to get him.   



Orvita: won a handicap hurdle at Fontwell on Sunday in comfortable style



Spacious Sky: Another winner from the inform stable of Tony Martin, Spacious Sky took the handicap hurdle at Navan on Sunday



The Stig: Another home bred who made good use of his great jumping to make all and win nicely on his second start over hurdles



Bling King: After getting his head in front at Leicester, he followed up quickly to win well at Redcar. 



Vertueux: After winning a handicap at Warwick on the 26th of August he followed up quickly with a gamely win at Bath a week later to record his 7th career win 



Blackmail: Followed up his impressive win at Galway with a 16 length win at Bellewstown for Tony Martin and John Breslin. He look to have a real future ahead of him.



Deauville August: We had a great day in the sun at Deauville, even though the market was as strong as I have seen at a sale in France we were lucky to get a cracking yearling by Sinndar who be hitting the track in a few years for his new owners.



Trazar: Took the Handicap Hurdle at Tramore nicely on his second start for new connections. 



Lancing: Tony Martin's fine form continued with Lancing winning a Handicap Hurdle last night at Cork under a good waiting ride from Ruby Walsh  



BlackmailAfter showing lots of ability in bumpers Blackmail was the easy winner of the Maiden Hurdle at Galway for Tony Martin and John Breslin, a very nice horse who looks to have a big future for connections   



Edeymi: Won the 70 000€ Connact Handicap to give a good start to what looks a promising week for Tony Martin at the Galway Festival



Sarenice: Opened his account over hurdles under a good ride from Hadden Frost at Newton Abbot on Monday evening 



Military Bowl: Showed his early promise to win the maiden Hurdle at Bellewstown in good style, hopefully he will build on this win and show his class



Green Dragon: Easy winner of the maiden Hurdle at Tipperary on Thursday  evening 



Beau De Tabel: Made a very promising debut for Nick Williams winning the bumper at Uttoxeter in fine style under Daryl Jacob on his first start.



Rime Avec Gentil: Turned out again in quick succession to take advantage of a small field and win a nice prize in the Handicap hurdle at Bangor on Saturday.



Union Saint: Keeps improving winning back to back handicap hurdles, taking the handicap hurdle at Ludlow last night



Rime Avec Gentil: Comfortable winner of a handicap hurdle at Worcester over the weekend



Daloisi: Prime example of how French racing is financially viable. Daloisi winning a handicap in the South of France and netting 11 480€ in under 2 months from purchase.



Union Saint: Congratulations to connections of Union Saint who showed a good turn of foot to win a Handicap Hurdle at Exeter



Tresor De Bontee: Picked up well in the heavy ground to win the handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter on Saturday 



Blackmail: Took the Leopardstown bumper in very impressive style, following up last years easy point to point victory. He looks to have much higher events now on the agenda. 



Edeymi: Kept on well to win the maiden at Dundalk for Gigginstown House and Tony Martin 



Eight Chimes: Kicked off the year in good form winning the bumper at Fairyhouse under a strong ride from A. Berry, the horse fought well at the finish and looks a good prospect for the future. 



Wingtips: After consistently being placed at Graded level over hurdles Wingtips got off the mark in fine fashion to win the maiden hurdle at Navan on Sunday.



Sarika: Sarika held of a late challenge from his stable mate providing a great finish in winning the Grand Cross De Compiegne. Giving Nick and Jane Williams a 1-2 in the race and securing victory for the 2012 Crystal Cup  



Mick Santo: A consistent little horse scored for the 3rd time this season on the flat in France 



Un Jour D Ete: Was prominently ridden to win a French bumper at Saumur last Sunday, she is a nice filly to go chasing next season. 



Tresor De Bontee: An impressive 10L winner at Hereford on Thursday, and with the way he won it looks like there are more wins to come. 



Dara Tango: Ran on well to win a novice hurdle at Clonmel on Sunday



Union Saint: Won in good fashion for J.Frost last night in a handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter



Superman De La Rue: After a hat-trick of wins in point to points superman won his first hurdle at Newton Abbot on Wednesday and looks like he has lots more to come.  



Irish Double: The new season is underway and it was a good start with the first winners coming at Killarney with Shamkhal and Dara Tango both winning their maiden hurdles under Ruby Walsh for Tony Martin.



Top Wood: Made all to win a novice hurdle at Chepstow in good fashion, he jumped well to win his 4th race in 6 starts and looks to have a bright future.



Kap West: Finally got a win to his name after a lot of good placed efforts. He won well and hopefully now will get his head in front more often.



Cheltenham Festival: I had 3 purchases running at Cheltenham and all performed fantastically and came away with prize money. In the Fred winter Kazlian gallantly tried to make all for David Pipe and the Twelve Pipers Piping to weaken in the last 100 yards and finish 4th and Edeymi made impressive late head way to finnish 2nd for Tony Martin and Gigginstown House Stud. Both are class horses and I'm sure will be winning championship races in the future. Also on Friday Wingtips ran a cracker to finish 5th in the Triumph Hurdle for Tony Martin, this was just his 3rd start over hurdles and looks a exciting prospect for the future. 



Vertueux: Won a nice little handicap at Wolverhampton and should set him up nicely for a good run over hurdles.



Edeymi: Got off the mark in good style at Clonmel in the maiden hurdle for connections Gigginstown House Stud and Tony Martin. His form has worked out well having previously finished behind Gr1 winners and will hopefully go on from here.



Orvita: Successful in a handicap hurdle at Fontwell winning by 6L  



Kazlian: Followed up his Ffos Las success at Leicester today wining the novice hurdle comfortably. He seems to be maturing and improving all the time, he jumped well and enjoyed the soft ground.




Happy New Year: We saw a good start to 2012 with home bred Sarika grinding out a win in a handicap chase at Exeter under a strong ride from Tom Scudamore for Nick and Jane Williams.




Kazlian: Relished the soft ground at Ffos Las yesterday to win impressively on his second start over hurdles by 50 lengths. He did it comfortably and looks a real nice prospect for the future who should keep improving with experience.




Sarika: A good start to December when a home bred won a Novice chase at Exeter for Nick and Jane Williams under a good front running ride by James Reveley. Sarika won a couple of point to points in good style last season and can now hopefully go on from his first win under rules.



November Sales: November has been a good month not only for winners but also for new purchases for clients at the sales. I was present at the Arqana Autumn sales where I finished the 2 days buying 8 lots for 4 different clients. It was a good few days with some very nice horses present at the sales and the strength in the market reflected this. I managed to buy a very nice 3 yr old Military bowl who cost 220 000€ which is my biggest purchase to date. He is a magnificent colt who ticks all the boxes with good looks, scope, great form(impressive Listed winner last start) and a lovely pedigree. He is a real exciting prospect for the future



As De Fer: Made all to win impressively in the Mud at Ffos Las in the Handicap chase. he won by 16 lengths on the bridle under top weight off a mark of 135. It looked a great performance from the horse who loves the soft ground and still seems to be improving



Rolanta: Scored for the 3rd time under a exellent ride from Hadden Frost at Hereford. Unfortunately she has suffered a 9lbs rise for that win which looks a little tough on her. 



Nomad: Found old form to win a handicap chase at Taunton for connections



Diamanpeg: Rallied well yesterday to win a handicap hurdle at Stratford



Zorro De La Vega: Made it a winning seasonal debut when at Market Rasen on the week end



Arqana Summer Sale: It was a busy day in the baking Paris sunshine as we tried to find some nice horses for the new season at France's premier HIT sale. I was successful in purchasing 3 nice horses for some clients, the first came in the form of Lot 155 a lovely colt by Red Ransom out of a Sadler's Wells mare 2nd on his debut at Longchamp he looks a real exciting 3 yr old prospect for owners Bob and Val Butcher and will be trained by Mr Blake. Following on was Lot 269 purchased for Richard and Carol Lee, a big scopy gelding who won his bumper last time which produced 4 subsequent winners and should make into a good chaser in time. Finally we got our hands on Lot 270 a magnificent son of Sinndar rated 96 and was 2nd in a St Cloud Listed earlier in the year, this 3 yr old colt ticked all the right boxes and hopefully will make into a good hurdler for owners 'Joly boys outing' and trainer David Pipe who have already tasted top success with Battle Group.   

Kazlian Lot 270




Home Breds: Great day for our breeding yesterday when Tony Dinozzo got off the mark to a easy success for AP McCoy and Nicky Henderson in the Fontwell bumper. He is from a great family his dam won 9 French bumpers and is the brother to 6 winners, his full sister is looking great and nicely coming to hand.



Diamanpeg: A beautifully bred horse, he has been running well in handicaps of late and made all to win a handicap hurdle at Newton Abbot yesterday and should continue to do well through the summer. 



Assassino: Won in good style by 33 lengths at Fakenham for connections who have a great record in the race and were also the sponsors so a good result



Rolanta: 1st winner of the new season. Its nice to get off the mark early and Rolanta confirmed her ability on the firm ground winning again in good style even if there was only 2 runners! 



Rolanta: Got off the mark today, with a change of tactics Rolanta won well for connections and hopefully will be making hay this summer as she enjoys the firm ground. 



As De Fer:  Followed up his winning chase debut winning again today in very good fashion at Exeter, the 12lbs rise did not slow him down too much and looks a nice horse for the future.



Arvico: With the new covering season fast approaching I have acquired a new stallion Arvico who should offer great value to breeders, He is a impressive looking horse who had the speed to win 4 times as a 2yr old and was a un-beaten hurdler, his is one of the only sons of the great NH Sire Pistolet Bleu to stand at Stud and Arvico has already produced quality winners over jumps including a Gr1 placed Novice hurdler at the Festival. He will be standing at Vauterhall Stud in Devon please contact me for more details.




AS DE FER: Impressive 27L winner at Ffos Las today. It was great to see him win on chase debut for owners Brian and Sue Middleton who purchased As De Fer after visiting me in France during the summer.  



ROXANE BRUERE: Got off the mark today winning well at Huntingdon. A nice filly I bought for Agent Tracey Brown. She looked like as with many French horses took a little time to acclimatise and hopefully can progress further.



PEUT-ETRE SIVOLA: Made a great start to the year putting in another great effort to finish 3rd in the Sussex National today.



BEETUNA: 2nd at Wolverhampton, this very genuine horse is knocking at the door and is sure to put his head in front soon. 



PEUT-ETRE SIVOLA: Put in another brave effort to win his 2nd Southern National today




Beetuna: ran very well on his first run for new connections Dave Bourton finishing 4th in a handicap at Wolverhampton.



Classic Fly: 2nd again at Market Rasen, this tough genuine horse has been great for connections.