Rachael Blackmore: one winner from one ride day after Gold Cup glory

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “Rachael Blackmore: one winner from one ride day after Gold Cup glory” – below is their description.

Rachael Blackmore is the first female rider to win the prestigious Boodles Cheltenham Gold Cup and the hugely popular jockey got a great reception in Thurles – in her home county of Tipperary – the following day.

Blackmore has one ride on the card, and predictably rode the winner as Gentlemansgame eased clear for trainer Mouse Morris in the Carey Glass Hurdle, the feature over flights.

With cheering locals standing by, Blackmore spoke to Racing TV’s Kevin O’Ryan after the race and reflected on a very special Cheltenham Festival week and the spectacular success she has enjoyed from humble origins. Blackmore ride her first winner at Thurles and readily admits she could never have forseen her subsequent success!

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