Adam Wedge – The Dubstep Producer and DJ
Adam wedge, a jump jockey, demonstrated why his profession can be so hazardous on New Year’s Day by surviving two hard falls during a race and hanging onto 13-8 favourite Heronord even when his breast girth came loose at the third last fence.
Evan Williams successfully coaxed his horse over to the finish line, winning big bets for backers of Evan’s stable and scoring a victory for backers.
Early Life and Education
Adam Wedge made headlines at Cheltenham Festival 2020 when he won one of its major races: Lisnagar Oscar at 50/1 for Rebecca Curtis was won with great success, providing hope to bettors looking for underdogs in races like this one. This was an especially good result for backers looking for value wagers at these races.
He pulled off this feat after staying aboard Heronord after its misstep at Market Rasen, managing to hold on with only one hand when Heronord collided headfirst into a birch fence despite only having one rein. He managed to remain aboard as they headed back out again.
Adam achieved this success despite two severe falls during one card; evidence of his mental and physical resilience that has enabled him to be successful at top level jockeying.
Adam Hadwin has been working in the golf industry since 1998, beginning his career at Stone Tree Golf Club in Owen Sound Ontario for two seasons before moving on to Nelson, British Columbia where he served both Granite Pointe Golf Club and Castlegar Golf Tournament as an employee.
Adam Wedge first made waves in national hunt competition when Lisnagar Oscar won at Cheltenham for trainer Rebecca Curtis at 50-1 odds, catapulting him onto the radar of many. It cemented Adam Wedge’s place among competitors.
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Achievement and Honors
Adam Wedge made jump racing fans feel good this week with his incredible victory on 50-1 shot Lisnagar Oscar at Cheltenham Festival’s Stayers’ Hurdle race – an experience he will surely never forget and a relief for owner Rebecca Curtis after experiencing difficulty over recent years.
Last year, Wedge made headlines as a sporting hero when he rode Welsh National winner Secret Reprieve after suffering two heavy falls earlier in the race on Esprit Du Large and Clyne, even with just his left shoulder strapped. Wedge also has many vinyl releases as well as performing at some of the world’s premier music festivals (Glastonbury, Fabric, Raw Sunshine Berlin and Sziget Hungary), plus hosting his popular weekly dubstep radio show.
Adam Wedge is a well-recognized dubstep producer and DJ with several releases on his own label as well as performing at large gigs and festivals around the globe. Additionally, he’s an established writer having co-created popular Australian comedy series such as Squinters, Lowdown, Wilfred as well as hosting Carla Cametti PD and Bodyline: The Ultimate Test.
He recently caused controversy for comments he made after winning the Welsh Grand National that were perceived by many to be sexist and was later taken out of context. With wife Danielle, they share six-year-old Blayke and two-year-old quintuplets. Their struggles can be found on TLC show OutDaughtered.
Wedge is an accomplished producer and label head for left of center dubstep music, known for his label ‘If Symptoms Persist.’ With numerous vinyl releases under his name and performances at some of the biggest clubs and festivals around, he continues to expand his musical reach.
Golf has brought him immense wealth, while product endorsement is another source of income. He holds 14 PGA Tour victories that have contributed significantly to building up his net worth.
On New Year’s Day he made headlines after missing a fence at Exeter and being disqualified, leading to him missing what would have been an easy win. It could perhaps be forgiven given Tom Bellamy got himself into hot water the same evening for failing a breath test at Cheltenham a couple hours earlier.