Kim Bailey on the National, and why English trainers are in panic mode
The sport has suffered a difficult 12 months and Rachael has produced good stories in bucketloads – what she has achieved over the past month is staggering.
She is a remarkable rider; she takes no prisoners as she is tough and hugely competitive on the racecourse, then charming, shy and understated in post-race interviews.
This exclusive column is also available to read in this Thursday’s H&H magazine (22 April, 2021)
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