Jack W. Davison
Jack W Davison has a lifetimes involvement in the Racing and Bloodstock industry. Having started out preparing foals for the sales but Jack has now progressed to graduate from the Godolphin Flying Start programme. Jack gained experience working with trainers Clive Cox, Jim Bolger and Gai Waterhouse in Australia before taking out a license on his own license in 2018.
Bringing the best out of fillies like Fresnel and Black Magic Woman Jack campaigns his horses across both Ireland and the UK.
With confidence and a competitive sporting edge Jack is the right modern trainer for SUNDAY, Jack fully supports our desire to use Data and Video while bringing our horses on their journey to peak performance.
Aidan ‘Mouse’ O’Ryan
Mouse O’Ryan is a well-known bloodstock agent who sources horses for Denise Foster and Gordon Elliott as well as being part of the Goffs UK team. Mouse is also the son of the famous bloodstock agent, Bobby O’Ryan.
Mouse has sourced some of the best horses that we have seen in recent years on the racecourse including Supreme Novices Hurdle winner Labaik, the Grade 1 Ryanair Hurdle winner Mick Jazz and the Group 1 winning miler, Ribchester.
In 2016, Mouse set up AOR Bloodstock Limited which is based in his home county of Kildare.
Mouse was recently involved in the purchase of our promising young mare, Scarlet Witch, and we look forward to him purchasing more horses on behalf of Sunday in the not too distant future.
Wexford native, Paul Nolan, has been training horses since 1996 at Toberona Stables near Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
He started off his career working under Jim Bolger from which, he decided to take out his training license. He has gone from strength to strength since, training over 500 winners, including multiple Grade 1 winners, in one of the toughest racing jurisdictions in the world.
Those Grade 1 winners include Joncol, who won the 2010 Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup in Leopardstown, Defy Logic, who won the 2013 Racing Post Novice Chase at the Leopardstown Christmas Festival and more recently, Latest Exhibition, the Grade 1 winning novice hurdler.
Nolan also trained Noble Prince to win the Jewson Novices Chase at the famous Cheltenham Festival in March 2011.
29 year-old Bryan Cooper hails from Tralee, County Kerry, and he was always destined to be involved in racing as his dad, Tom, is a successful trainer.
Cooper started out as an apprentice on the flat but quickly turned his hand to the national hunt game and was crowned champion conditional jockey in 2010/11.
He shot to stardom when he rode three winners at the 2013 Cheltenham Festival before being announced as the retained rider for Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown House Stud in January 2014, a relationship that lasted just over three years.
In recent years, Bryan has ridden big race winners for Sunday trainer Paul Nolan and Willie Mullins with one of his biggest recent successes coming on the Nolan trained, Latest Exhibition, in the Grade 1 Nathaniel Lacy Solicitors Novice Hurdle at the 2020 Dublin Racing Festival.
As a multiple Grade 1 and Cheltenham Festival winning jockey, we can’t wait to see Bryan donning our black and yellow colours on the racecourse.