Sean has rapidly made a name for himself as one of jump racing’s leading jockeys. Born into a racing dynasty, he started his race riding career in pony racing at the age of sixteen and progressed through the point-topoint circuit before turning conditional in the summer of 2014.
Bowen became the youngest ever Champion Conditional Jockey when he won the title on the final day of his first season as a professional in 2015. Twice a winner of the graded bet365 Gold Cup, it wasn’t long before he was snapped up by Harry Fry Racing as a stable jockey following the retirement of Noel Fehily.
Enjoying his first Grade 1 victory aboard If The Cap Fits in a stellar Stayers Hurdle at Aintree in 2019, it was arguably the biggest success of his career. Supremely talented and patient with horses, he is a huge bonus to the team dedicating his time to schooling horses and providing a valuable opinion whether at home or on the racecourse.