We are incredibly proud that Papa Tango Charly training with Jonjo O’Neill at Jackdaws Castle is on the Aloeride aloe vera. Normally what race horses are fed remains a secret but, on this occasion, both owner Martin Tedham and trainer Jonjo O’Neill are happy for us to disclose our involvement.
Papa Tango Charly is the most expensive pointer sold at public auction during the 2018-19 season, he sold for a record £440,000 at the Goffs UK Aintree Sale. Aidan Kennedy and Jonjo O’Neill signed on the dotted line for the four-year-old son of No Risk At All (Sire) and Chere Elenn (Dam). The breeders of Papa Tango Charly are Dr. Roger-Yves Simon and Mr. Nicolas Simon. PTC was the convincing winner of a hotly contested Liscarroll maiden on 24th March. Interestingly enough, Aidan Kennedy and Jonjo O’Neill saw off Jackdaws Castle landlord JP McManus to secure the winning pointer…
Papa Tango Charly carries the colours of Martin Tedham, the owner of a pharmaceutical packaging company, who defied the odds by recovering from a collapsed C5 vertebra in 2014. We have known Martin for well over a decade, so he knows Aloeride and us better than most. Martin Tedham’s Wasdell Group is the new sponsor of Jonjo O’Neill Racing.
Jonjo O’Neill is one of racing’s outstanding National Hunt trainers. Based at Penrith for 15 years, he moved to Jackdaws Castle near Cheltenham in 2001. Jonjo remains the only person to register a seasonal tally of 100 winners as both a jockey and trainer. Additionally, he is the only person to ride and train a winner on the Flat, and over fences and hurdles at Ascot. What does Aloeride aloe vera contribute to horse racing? We suggest that you have a little read of horse racing results and recehorse supplements and note that training yards, like Jonjo O’Neill Racing and others, buy in a small quantities of 36 cartons to receive a very significant and our best discount to keep matters affordable.