The advent of motorways has made travel easier and racecourse safety has improved but the challenges for jump jockeys - the bravest of the brave - remain.
It covers some of the biggest stories in jump racing over the last seventy-five years, including the dramatic collapse of Devon Loch in the 1956 Grand National and the incredible exploits of three-time Grand National winner Red Rum. But it also contains lots of fascinating stories that the reader will not be so aware of, of trainers and horses long forgotten.
|Publisher||Pen & Sword|
|Publication date||7 Oct 2022|