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    Could she become the first female Champion Jockey?
    Having ridden over 100 winners by the first week in December 2019 there doesn’t seem to be a day go by without Hollie riding a winner and tomorrow she takes on 10 rides at both Lingfield up to the 3.30 where she dashes off to Kempton to ride in the 5.00 and through the evening.
    She is on the crest of a wave and look forward to seeing how much sponsorship she drums up away from the AW once the flat kicks of at the end of March.
    If she can keep injury free 2020 is going to be her best year…wish her well..Jac :rose:

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    This is a very nice thread Jac, and also highly deserved :good:
    I can quote myself, as I already wrote it elsewhere (don’t find it anymore) “Hollie Doyle is the best female ever seen on a horse’s back”.
    Hollie really has the appeal and confidence of a champion and it would be great to see this come true :bye:

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    Thanks Hein :good:
    I vaguely remembered you had posted in praise of Hollie earlier on here and wasn’t sure if there was already a similar Thread but just looking at her current riding record she is definitely one to follow.

    Today she has ridden 3 winners from 10 rides at Lingfield and Kempton at odds of 11/1, 4/1 and Evens a
    £119 to £1 Treble
    ..

    Totally dedicated to her profession she is going to be in great demand come the start of the flat season and like you I’m looking forward to tracking her progress and hopefully see her rise right to the top :good:
    Jac :bye:

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    Nathan HughesNathan Hughes
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    Its a shame they changed the Jockey Championship dates as it will make it harder for Doyle and other all year round jockeys..
    Agree that she is superb

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    #1482919
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    Jac, we have to face the truth:
    Hollie’s form is already declining, and she will probably never become champion :cry:
    For the rest of this gloomy AW season Ben Curtis is the only one I would trust,
    if he has a winning chance he makes it and scores like a machine :good:

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    Yea sadly the case Hein but she still remains a talented rider and even though she won’t be ‘Champ’ hope she can get through this difficult time. :good:

    Good luck to Ben Curtis on his quest to win the championship.. Jac :rose:

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    Indeed I was not too wrong about this :good:
    It just doesn’t matter what the horse is, let alone connections, track, trip, or draw etc,
    in the end Mr Ben Curtis prevails :yahoo:
    I really hope he will get some high class rides during the flat, he really has deserved them :good:

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    Three winners at Lingfield for Hollie Doyle today. She was very good in the 5.00.

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    Well done on riding her first winner at Royal Ascot – even if she did beat my selection!

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    Should have guessed Hollie wouldn”t leave Hayley on her own as single female winning Royal Ascot jockey on Onassis. ;-)

    The way she rode Scarlet Dragon out at the finish was amazing and her strength and determination shone through.

    Well done to both herself and Hayley for riding home 33/1 winners who would have been half the SP if Frankie or Moore had been on board..very shrewd bookings IMO. :good:
    Jac

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    Nathan HughesNathan Hughes
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    Was a great ride by Hollie
    and we need to get on now who ever Fellows has lined up for next years Sandringham. Turner has already said it wins.. :heart:

    Also pleased for young Rossa Ryan who got his first Royal Ascot winner on Thursday

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    Yes, Hollie seems to be back on track, great stuff :good:
    And “the head Turner” too..

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    4 winners at Windsor today, including a Listed race and a Group 3 for her retainer. Flat racing ought to be making more of Ms Doyle, just like the jumps has with Bryony Frost.

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    I think you’ll find that she had five winners at Windsor. Well done to her

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    You can’t compare the two of them. Hollie has ridden this season almost as much as Bryony has ridden the past four years. And Hollie is just as tough as any jockey on the Flat – no matter if male or female.
    Bryony is way behind her and imagine Bryony not riding for Paul Nichols.

    Anyway, well done to Hollie, just hoping for her next four or five timer.

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