Ruby Walsh is one of the most famous and successful jockeys in the world. He is the son of the former champion amateur jockey Ted Walsh and brother to jockey Katie Walsh. He won his first Irish amateur title in 1996/7 at just 18 years of age.…
Former jockeys Ruby and Katie Walsh have been named as the Racing Ambassadors for the 2020 Grand National Festival, 20 years after their family’s iconic Aintree win with Papillon.
The siblings are notable figures in the world of horse racing,…
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There is some great value this year at Cheltenham that many might not have seen and it could potentially sway you to have a bet on the Cheltenham Races. If you’re looking for great value you should look no further than the Top Jockey odds.…
With National Hunt Racing as prevalent in Ireland as it is in the UK, it's great news that a brand new injured jockeys charity has been established there with champion jockey Ruby Walsh announced as chairman of its board.
Irish Injured Jockeys,…
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Ruby Walsh will miss the 2014 Crabbie’s Grand National after suffering a fall during the Cheltenham Festival.
The Irish champion jockey was enjoying a successful festival. Scoring victories with Faugheen, Vautour and partnering Quevega…
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A two-time Grand National winning jockey, and considered by many to be one of the greatest sportsmen of his time, Ruby Walsh isn't just professional, it seems he's also made of steel.
Speaking in an interview with the Paddy Power blog, he…
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In 2011 the owner of On His Own, Graham Wylie, decided to transfer the horse, along with some others, to Willie Mullins' yard. The gelding's first race out for his new trainer in December wasn't much to write home about, but he came back quickly…
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When Ruby Walsh makes racing predictions everybody pays attention. Well, actually not everybody but they should because back in 2012 he gave his Grand National tips to Paddy Power Bookmakers and backed Neptune Collonges to run a big race and…
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The Grand National is a race that not only tests the heart and courage of the horse, but also that of the jockey too. When it comes to a selection on the day the jockey on board can have quite a say in how the race pans out.
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