The Newbury Autumn Cup and Cesarewitch Stakes of 1934 were won by Jack Sirett on Mr Marshall Field’s Enfield. A product of Stanley Wootton’s stable. Sirett quickly revealed himself as a stylish jockey, and one of his earliest successes was on Greek Bachelor in the 1925 City and Suburban Handicap.
A year later he won the Manchester Cup on H.H. Aga Khan’s Vermillion Pencil. He rode Lord Astor’s Flash Bye when winning the 1935 Ascot Gold Vase, and the same owner’s Pay Up in the 1935 Manchester Autumn Breeders’ Foal Plate. Sirett’s favourite course is perhaps Lingfield Park where he has ridden many winners.
Jack Sirett in the colours of Mr Marshall Field.