The Team

Jordan and Braeden have been watching and analysing the jump outs for several years now, officially teaming up as “@TheJumpOuts” on Twitter in January 2019. As what started as a Twitter page to send out some tips to mates, the Twitter community soon grew after the boys continued to post their stand out jump out performers to steer everyone into some nice priced winners who were on debut or first up. Eventually getting sick of there not being a single platform to quickly access and search for jump out results and replays, www.thejumpouts.com was born and now includes a range of features!

Jordan

Where did it begin?

I remember sitting at home one day seeing a first starter get majorly backed in and the commentator was talking about its ‘jump out’. I was quite handy with computers so I made it my mission to find the horses jump out – from that day on I was watching all the jump outs, mainly Cranbourne when no names were entered and following all the horses with only the trainers description and vision to go off. It was like an underground scene of horse racing that the bloke making the odds knew nothing about. It was the best way to find value.

First bet on a Horse found from the Jump Outs:

Daskarzine. This horse was the plunge horse I was talking about earlier. She was heavily backed on debut in March 2018 where she hit her head upon jumping and finished last. I found her jump out after the race and followed her. Next start she ran at Mornington and won at around $30… from then on I was hooked and felt like I had a strategy to find winners. 

Biggest betting plunge:

I backed a horse called Fortune Rose off a jump out, it opened at least $101 and started $7 with minor deductions. The horse ran 4th and I had it e/w…. the hardest pill to swallow was seeing it win its next start. Unfortunately, all the plunges I’ve been part of never win, the overs god is never kind. 

Favourite Horse from the Jump Outs:

Definitely a horse by the name of Eduardo. He was a 5yo first starter with an ‘unknown trainer’ and he opened up $26… deductions of course which hurt as he was never going to get beat. He won by 6L (replay) and it was a mirror of his jump out. One of our great friends designed our Logo and we supplied a photo of Ed for him to copy, if you look closely you can see the white baldy strip. He’s a super horse! 

Eduardo's jump out in June 2018 prior to his debut.

Braeden

Where did it begin?

Jordan came to me on June 11 in 2018 with a horse by the name of Leelavadee who was running at Mornington in a bm64. I had no idea about the jump outs so I backed him in and chucked $5 on at $36 - the mare would then sneak up the inside rail and win by ½ a length (replay)!!! From there, my interest in the jump outs was born. 

First bet on a Horse found from the Jump Outs:

A month after Leelavadee I was able to return the favour with Alfa Oro, my first ‘tip’ from the Mornington jump outs who would go on to bolt in by 6L at Pakenham in 2018 (replay) with us boys getting a nice $6. He's quite a handy horse now as well!

Biggest betting plunge:

Have been on the wrong end of some big plunge’s, but the most notable was definitely I’m A Shampion who I backed at the $51 open price on TAB before she was crunched into $3.50 (you can read the Punters article here). She was eventually scratched though and is still a maiden so very unsuccessful.

The biggest plunge that actually ran would’ve been Areyoulistening. Got the $51 opening price on TAB, started $5 and was just overran late when almost leading the whole way - beaten by less than ½ a length… sickening.

 

Favourite Horse from the Jump Outs:

Miami Bound from the Flemington jump outs for sure. Got a good early price for the Oaks and was on her every start leading up to that race (she won 4 of 6 that prep), including me declaring her in the Group 2 Wakeful at $8. 

Miami Bound's jump out in May 2019 prior to her debut.

Miami Bound winning the 2019 Kennedy VRC Oaks.