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Harry Skelton Booked Rides For Today, Tomorrow & At Punchestown

The Skelton family is famous in the equine world, with jockey, Harry, being part of a dynasty of show jumping and horse racing known the world over. Despite being a member of this famous clan, Harry Skelton has now forged his own path, becoming one of the most successful jump jockeys in the industry today. Alongside his hugely successful brother and trainer, Dan, the Skelton boys are now a big name in the British horse racing scene.

Harry Skelton Punchestown Rides

Keep your eyes peeled on this page to be up to date on Harry's booked rides and all of the prices for his mounts from the UK’s leading bookies and horse racing betting sites.

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Harry Skelton’s Rides Today

This section is where you will find all of the up-to-date information on which track Harry Skelton is riding at today. Every horse that Harry Skelton rides today is available, and updated prices are available across the day on his book of rides, wherever they may be. 

 

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Harry Skelton’s Booked Rides for Today & Tomorrow

Keep up to date with Harry Skelton’s rides for today and Harry Skelton’s rides tomorrow right here. Updated daily with everything you need to know about the jockey’s whereabouts and horses he is set to partner, it also gives you the info on his rides for tomorrow’s racing action as soon as it becomes available. 

Up-to-date prices are available on all of the horses that Harry Skelton rides, and there are plenty of offers available from the UK’s best betting sites and sports betting apps to take advantage of on all of his mounts. 

Harry Skelton’s Rides Tomorrow

As soon as Harry Skelton’s booked rides for tomorrow’s racing are confirmed, you can find out all of the latest info right here. Harry Skelton may or may not be riding on any given day so it is best to find out his plans, and get the early prices for his book of rides tomorrow right here.

Harry Skelton’s Future Rides

Given Harry Skelton’s experience and expertise on the big stages, he is likely to have a full book of rides for the main meetings of the year. Harry Skelton will more than likely be riding for his brother Dan at the big meetings, but he is also known as a jockey who likes to keep himself busy and has formed alliances with other trainers across the UK.

To keep up to date with Harry Skelton’s rides in the future, make sure to keep checking this section where you can also get any ante-post horse racing prices that may be available. On some occasions, early prices may not be available so it is important to keep a close eye here to get up-to-date information as soon as it comes.

Predicting Harry Skelton’s Rides in Big Races

Harry Skelton is the number one jockey for his brother Dan’s powerful training operation, and so he will be riding all of his main hopes in the biggest races of the season. Dan Skelton has a number of top-level horses in his care, so Harry will usually be riding well-fancied runners at all of the big meetings.

Here, our experts will guide you through the horses that Harry Skelton is likely to ride in the most prestigious races on the calendar.

Who will Harry Skelton ride in the Grand National?

The Grand National is one major race that has so far eluded the 2021 British Champion jumps jockey. Despite being the youngest jockey to win the Irish Grand National, his exploits in the Aintree showpiece have been a little underwhelming.

In 2023, however, Harry Skelton will be lining up in the world-famous race with a real chance of recording his maiden victory. Harry is set to ride the well fancied, Le Milos, for his brother Dan.

Le Milos has the perfect profile for a potential Grand National, with his touch of class being joined by plenty of untapped staying potential over marathon trips. If Le Milos fails to line up in this year’s renewal, Skelton also has the option of partnering this season’s Becher winner, Ashtown Lad.

Who will Harry Skelton ride in the Champion Hurdle?

Harry Skelton has yet to win the prestigious Cheltenham Champion Hurdle, and unfortunately for the jockey, that is unlikely to change in 2023. In fact, Skelton is unlikely to have a ride in this year’s renewal, with his brother not having a horse entered for the two-mile championship race. The best that Harry can hope for is to pick up a spare ride on some of the other horses set to run.

Who will Harry Skelton ride in the Champion Chase?

The 2023 Champion Chase will see Harry Skelton continue his partnership with the ultra-consistent, Nube Negra. Skelton has been on board the 9yo in all of his 28 starts in Britain, and the pair have picked up some big prizes along the way. Beaten just ½ length in the 2021 renewal of the Champion Chase, Skelton will be hoping for another big run from this season’s Shloer Chase winner.

Who will Harry Skelton ride in the Gold Cup?

Harry Skelton will be hoping to go two better than he did 12 months ago in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. On that occasion, Skelton steered the Sir Alex Ferguson-owned, Protektorat, to finish third behind impressive winner, A Plus Tard.

Protektorat seems to love it around the Cheltenham track and is many punters’ idea of a cracking each-way bet for the festival’s showpiece. A very impressive winner of the Betfair Chase at Haydock this season, Protektorat will have to bounce back from a slightly disappointing effort in the Cotswold Chase last time out. 

Biography

Harry Skelton is part of a family steeped in the horse world. The son of the legendary show jumper, Nick, Harry is also the younger brother of the very successful trainer, Dan. Born on the 20th of September 1989, Harry’s life was always destined to have horses in it, and rather than following in his father’s footsteps, he set his sights on becoming a horse racing jockey.

After beginning his career in the saddle on the flat for Richard Hannon, Skelton decided to make the switch to jump racing and started with the powerful Paul Nicholls yard, where his brother was now an assistant trainer.

Harry enjoyed some major success for Nicholls, most notably when winning the Champion Chase at Cheltenham on Politologue. In 2013, Skelton decided to follow his brother to be part of Dan’s new training operation and has played a big part in the success enjoyed by the yard, particularly as stable jockey and number one rider.

Skelton has had a hugely successful career in the saddle to date, winning four times at the Cheltenham Festival, and adding races such as the Tingle Creek, Kauto Star Novices’ Chase, Manifesto Novices’ Chase, and the Betfair Chase to his list of big race wins.

Skelton, who is married to fellow jockey, Bridget Andrews, was crowned British Champion Jump Jockey in 2021, having ridden a massive 152 winners across the season.

The Skelton brothers will be fancying their chances of adding to their big successes this season and will be hoping that the likes of Protektorat and Nube Negra can provide them with yet more top-level wins.

Harry Skelton FAQs

Where is Harry Skelton riding today?

To find out where Harry Skelton will be riding today, check out our dedicated section on his booked rides for today and also for tomorrow’s racing action. Harry Skelton rides predominately in Britain but does travel the length and breadth of the country in search of winners. Keep a close eye on our dedicated section above for all the info.

Where is Harry Skelton from?

Harry Skelton lives in the Warwickshire countryside in England. Harry's residence is not far from his brother Dan’s training yard. Skelton is the son of British Olympic showjumping gold medallist, Nick Skelton, and has lived in various places throughout his life.

How old is Harry Skelton?

Harry Skelton was born on the 20th of September 1989, making him 33 years of age. Harry is 4 years the junior of trainer, Dan Skelton, and at 33, he should still have plenty of years left in the saddle.

Has Harry Skelton won the Grand National?

No. Harry Skelton has never won the world-famous Aintree Grand National. He is still the youngest jockey to ever to win the Irish Grand National but has so far failed to get his head in front in the Aintree showpiece.

How many races has Harry Skelton won at Cheltenham?

Harry Skelton has won four times at the Cheltenham Festival. His first victory came in the 2016 County Hurdle aboard, Super Story. 2019 proved to be a memorable year for Skelton, as he recorded his first Grade 1 win at Cheltenham when Politologue won the Champion Chase. He would add two more winners that year with Roksana and Ch’tibello.

Who does Harry Skelton ride for?

Harry Skelton is the number one rider for his brother, the hugely successful Dan Skelton. The majority of his rides come for his brother, but he is also known as a hard-working rider that travels all over the UK to ride for many other trainers.