Irish Racing Yearbook 2022 is the definitive, established Irish racing annual, a collaboration of the best writers and photographers with the leading protagonists of racing, detailing some incredible stories throughout the entire gamut of the industry, from breeding to sales to point-to-point to the racetrack.
History-maker Rachael Blackmore is our lead interview, carried out by her housemate Patrick Mullins, who knows a thing or two about setting new standards as a record-breaking jockey himself.
Blackmore became the first woman to win the Aintree Grand National on board Minella Times, having also broken the glass ceiling for female jockeys by steering Honeysuckle to victory in the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham a month earlier. She finished the primary National Hunt festival as leading rider.
Racing is the great leveller however, and the Tipperary native suffered a very serious injury during the summer but is now fully recovered.
Mullins elicits some intriguing insights on the most recognisable face in jump racing right now and provides a few golden nuggets himself.
The unprecedented dominance of Irish-trained horses at Cheltenham is investigated while there are also interviews and profiles on Henry de Bromhead, Colin Keane, Paul Townend, Joseph O’Brien, John Nallen, Jim Bolger, Denise ‘Sneezy’ Foster, Richie Condon, Noel Meade, Gavin Cromwell, Sam Twiston-Davies, Ben Coen and Siobhán Rutledge, among many others. This is allied with in-depth breeding analysis, stats, race records and fixtures, making Irish Racing Yearbook 2022 essential reading for the racing enthusiast.
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