Tommy Lowrey, riding Major J. S. Courtauld’s Cross Patch, won four big two-year-old events in 1935, including the Molecombe Stakes, Goodwood. Generally seen at his best in juvenile sprint events. Lowery was apprenticed to Jack Jarvis and has since ridden many good winners for the patrons of Basil Jarvis’s stable.
Pike Barn was another two-year-old Lowrey rode to victory in three important races during 1935, one of which was the valuable Chesham Stakes, Ascot. Lowrey also won the 1929 Liverpool Autumn Handicap on Mohawk.
Tommy Lowrey in the colours of Major J. S. Courtauld.