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Hollie Doyle Booked Rides For Epsom Derby & Oaks Meeting 2024

Hollie Doyle has firmly cemented herself as not only one of the best female flat jockeys of all time, but as one of the best jockeys of all time, period. For that reason, Hollie has become a favoured jockey for many of the world’s best trainers and is also very popular with punters who have had success in backing her horses in the past.

If you are one of those punters who is always interested in where, and on which horses that Hollie Doyle rides from day to day, then this dedicated page is where you want to be. We have all of the details on Hollie Doyle’s rides today, Hollie Doyle’s booked rides for tomorrow, and any booked rides that she may have in the future. If you do fancy one of Doyle’s rides, we also have live prices on show from the UK’s best horse racing betting sites and betting apps, as well as plenty of free bet offers to take advantage of.

Hollie Doyle Rides Today

If you want to know where Hollie Doyle rides today, then look no further. This section provides all of the information on Hollie Doyle’s rides today, as well as the updated betting sites' odds for horses that she is set to partner throughout the day. 

Hollie Doyle Rides Tomorrow

As well as getting the info on where the top jockey will be riding today, we also bring you the latest on where Hollie Doyle rides tomorrow. Prices for all of Hollie Doyle’s booked rides are on show as soon as they become available on horse racing betting sites.

Hollie Doyle Future Rides

Although prices for Hollie Doyle’s booked rides in the future may not always be available, you can find all of the information here, as soon as the ante post horse racing odds become available. It can be important to keep your eyes peeled for any updates in this section, as many horses Hollie Doyle is set to ride can be well backed as the races draw closer.


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Predicting Hollie Doyle's Rides in Big Races

This is where our experts have the tricky task of trying to decipher which horses, or for which trainer, Hollie Doyle may ride in the biggest races of the flat racing calendar. Prices may not always be available, but there should be plenty of ante-post action for you to get your teeth in to for the big races. Any ante-post prices available from the UK’s best betting apps and horse racing betting sites will be continually updated, so keep checking back here so as not to miss out on the best early value.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride in the 1000 Guineas?

Hollie Doyle has never ridden in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket, but given her performances of the last few seasons elsewhere, it would be no surprise to see her line up next season. Which filly she may ride in the first Classic of the season is still an unknown, but there could be one lurking in some of her regular trainers’ yards that is just waiting to get Hollie Doyle on their back.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride in the 2000 Guineas?

Hollie Doyle will be looking for more luck in the 2000 Guineas than she experienced in 2021. On that occasion, she was due to have her first ride in a Classic, but unfortunately her horse had different ideas, rearing over in the parade ring and subsequently being withdrawn. Next season, it will be interesting to see if the likes of Archie Watson, Jane Chapple-Hyam or even John Gosden or Aidan O’Brien will supply her with a horse to ride to get over the disappointment of 2021.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride in the Derby?

Having not ridden in the Epsom Derby to date, Hollie Doyle will be hoping that some of the two-year-olds she rode last season might improve enough to be a Derby contender. Doyle rides for such an array of trainers throughout the season, that if a horse does come out of the woodwork that might be good enough for Epsom, the leading lady rider will surely get the call.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride in the Oaks?

Hollie Doyle holds the record for being the highest-placed finishing female rider in the Epsom Oaks. That feat occurred in 2022, when she partnered the John and Thady Gosden-trained, Nashwa, to third - the same horse that she would go on to win the French Oaks on later in the year. Doyle will be hoping that a similar filly will come along this year for her to try to surpass last year’s third-placed finish.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride in the St Leger?

Hollie Doyle finished a very respectable fourth in her first St Leger ride in 2021 on the Aidan O’Brien-trained, Interpretation. She did not fare as well in 2022, however, as she finished last of the nine runners on the Ivan Furtado-trained outsider, Lizzie Jean. If the likes of O’Brien or some other top-level trainer is likely to have more than one entry, it would be no surprise to see Hollie Doyle getting the leg up.

Who will Hollie Doyle ride at Royal Ascot?

Hollie Doyle had a decent book of rides at Royal Ascot last season, nearly all of which came for trainer, Archie Watson. She is sure to have another strong list of booked rides at the Royal meeting in 2023, with Watson, and others, likely to call upon her services throughout the week of world-class racing action.

Hollie Doyle Biography

Hollie Doyle was born on the 11th October 1996 in Ivington, Herefordshire, in the West Midlands. Her father Mark is a former jockey, and her mother was also involved in horseracing in her youth. It was inevitable, then, that a young Hollie would follow in her parents’ footsteps and attempt to carve out a career as a jockey.

Hollie proved to be a natural in the saddle and rode in her first pony race at the tender age of nine. Fast forward to 2013, and even before her 17th birthday, the future leading female jockey was having her first ride on the track as an amateur. It was a signal of things to come that Doyle crossed the line in front to win on her riding debut. That same year she joined up with trainer David Evans, before moving on to work with Richard Hannon the following year.

Just four years after riding out her claim whilst at Hannon’s yard, Hollie Doyle began to make history. In 2019, her tally of 116 winners was the highest number ever achieved by a female jockey. This record would stand for just one season, however, as the following year Doyle surpassed her total by 35, with 151 winners in total.

2020 was to be the year that Hollie Doyle would firmly take her seat at the top table of flat racing. Not only did she break her own winners total again, but the leading lady rider also recorded her first Group race win. This came in the Group 2 Princess Of Wales’s Tattersalls Stakes at Newmarket, having previously enjoyed her first Royal Ascot winner on Scarlet Dragon in the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes. 

In August 2020 at Windsor Racecourse, Hollie would set another historic record by becoming the first woman to ride five winners on a single card. Not content with just that, she went on to be the first lady jockey to win on Champions Day at Ascot when winning the Long Distance Cup on Trueshan. Later that day, she also enjoyed her first Group 1 win when riding Glen Shiel to victory in the Champions Sprint Stakes.

Doyle would ride another five-timer at Kempton in March of 2021 and also go on to win her second Group 1 race in the Goodwood Cup a few months later. Between then, she had ridden in her first Classic when partnering Sherbet Lemon to ninth in the Epsom Oaks. She had been due to ride in the 2000 Guineas earlier in the season, but her mount reared over in the parade ring and was ultimately withdrawn. Later on in the year, she finished fourth in the St Leger at Doncaster, riding Interpretation for Aidan O’Brien. Doyle would finish the season with an incredible 172 winners, smashing her previous record by some distance.

More records were to fall in 2022. Riding the John and Thady Gosden-trained, Nashwa, to third place in the Epsom Oaks meant that Doyle became the highest-placed female jockey in a British Classic. The biggest day of her career to date would come when she rode the same horse to victory in the Group 1 French Oaks, becoming the first woman to win a European Classic.

Many records have already fallen for Doyle in her short career, and with so many years still ahead of her, the sky really is the limit for the unassuming, world-class flat jockey. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Hollie Doyle riding today?

Hollie Doyle could be riding anywhere in the UK during the week. Check out our dedicated section above, where you will find all of the information you need about where Hollie Doyle is riding, and what horses she is booked to ride.

Where is Hollie Doyle riding tomorrow?

Hollie Doyle rides at a variety of tracks from day to day, but we have a dedicated section above, where you can find everything you need to know about where Hollie Doyle is booked to ride tomorrow. You will also find her booked rides today and any future rides she may have.

Where was Hollie Doyle born?

Hollie Doyle was born in the small village of Ivington, Herefordshire in the West Midlands, where her mother and father were both involved in racing. Her father was a jockey and the family had point-to-pointers and ponies at home that Hollie was able to ride.

How tall is Hollie Doyle?

Hollie Doyle is exactly 5ft tall and has a natural weight of less than eight stone. Hollie's height means that she doesn't have to subject herself to the dietary regime of most flat jockeys when it comes to making weight.

How old is Hollie Doyle?

Hollie Doyle was born on the 11th October 1996, which makes her just 25 years old. She has already enjoyed incredible success for one so young, so the sky really is the limit for the leading lady rider on the flat circuit.

Is Hollie Doyle Irish?

No. Well not really. Hollie Doyle’s father, Mark, is originally from Clonmel, Tipperary in Ireland, but had moved to Herefordshire in England by the time Hollie was born. Hollie has many relatives in Tipperary, including her uncles Christopher, David and James and aunts Andrea and Joanne

How much is Hollie Doyle worth?

Hollie Doyle is likely to be one of the wealthier flat jockeys and is thought to have a net worth of around £1 Million. Her exploits on the track earn her a percentage of the prize money and she also receives a payment per ride, as well as earning plenty of money from her sponsorship deals.

Where does Hollie Doyle live?

Hollie Doyle lives in Hungerford, Berkshire, with her husband Tom Marquand. Marquand is also a jockey, and the pair recently married in March 2022. They had known each other since their pony racing days in their early teens, as well as both being apprentices at Richard Hannon's yard.

Is Hollie Doyle riding in the Grand National?

No. Hollie Doyle won’t be riding in the Grand National at Aintree. Hollie is a flat racing jockey and has never tackled fences in her career. Her high-profile rides come in the British Classics such as the Guineas, Oaks, St. Leger and the Epsom Derby.

How many winners has Hollie Doyle ridden?

Hollie Doyle has ridden an incredible 741 winners in Britain. Her best season so far came in 2021 when winning 172 races. These are incredible achievements given that she only had her first ride in 2013. No doubt there will be plenty more to come.

How many winners has Hollie Doyle ridden this season?

Hollie Doyle has ridden 150 winners in 2022. This is her third-highest total, having had 172 winners last season and 151 in 2020. In June 2022, she became the first female jockey to win a French Classic when winning the Prix de Diane (French Oaks) aboard Nashwa.

Who does Hollie Doyle ride for?

Hollie Doyle rides for a multitude of trainers and owners throughout the season, although she is the retained rider for owner Imad Al Sagar, and regularly rides for trainer Archie Watson. Her incredible success to date has resulted in her being a go-to jockey for some of the most successful trainers in flat racing.