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Rachael Blackmore Booked Rides For Today, Tomorrow & At Punchestown

If you need to know where Rachael Blackmore will be riding today and which horses Rachael Blackmore is set to ride, this is the place to find out. This page is updated with everything you need to know about the jockey’s rides for today, and also informs you of her booked rides for tomorrow’s racing action as soon as it becomes available.

Rachael Blackmore Punchestown Rides

Up-to-date prices are available on all of the horses that Rachael Blackmore is set to ride, and there are plenty of offers available from the UK’s best betting sites and bookies to take advantage of. 

Rachael Blackmore Rides Today

This section provides you with all the information and up-to-date prices on Rachael Blackmore’s rides for today’s racing action. It is always a good to know which horses Rachael Blackmore is going to ride, as prices on her horses can shorten quickly given her popularity with the racing public and horse racing betting punters alike. 

Rachael Blackmore Rides Tomorrow

As soon as plans for Rachael Blackmore’s booked rides for tomorrow’s racing become available, we have the information ready to let you know. Blackmore could be in action anywhere across Ireland or the UK throughout the week, so find out her whereabouts, and the early prices for her rides so you can get the most value.

Rachael Blackmore Future Rides

Given the success Rachael Blackmore has enjoyed in recent times, it is no surprise that the top jockey will be in high demand among owners and trainers for future races across the National Hunt racing season. 

If connections have snapped up Rachael Blackmore’s services for their horses in future races, this is the place to see all of the information on those rides and also any ante post horse racing prices that may be available. Some early prices are not available at this moment in time, so it is important to keep a close eye here for any prices that become available.

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Predicting Rachael Blackmore’s Rides in Big Races

Rachael Blackmore is now very much a go-to jockey for National Hunt’s biggest and most famous races of the season. Below, our experts will attempt to make educated guesses on which horses Rachael Blackmore will ride in the big festivals throughout the season, and all of the updated ante-post prices for the selected horses will be available.

It can sometimes be wise to take a generous ante-post price on Rachael Blackmore’s rides, as horses with her assistance can be well backed on betting apps closer to the day of the race meaning that their prices will be considerably shortened come post time.

 

Who will Rachael Blackmore ride in the Grand National?

In 2021, Rachael Blackmore made history by becoming the first female jockey to win the prestigious Aintree Grand National. Blackmore was on board the Henry de Bromhead-trained Minella Times for that historic performance, and the likelihood is that the partnership will be continued in this season’s race. The pair were unlucky to be brought down in last season’s contest, so connections will be hoping for an upturn in fortunes as they attempt to reclaim their title in 2023 and will likely be fancied at betting sites in the UK and Ireland.

Who will Rachael Blackmore ride in the Champion Hurdle?

Rachael Blackmore has won the last two renewals of Cheltenham’s Champion Hurdle, having struck up a so-far unbeatable partnership with another Queen of racing, Honeysuckle. Henry de Bromhead’s star mare is unbeaten in 16 racecourse starts, and Rachael Blackmore has been on board for every one of those successes. The pair are sure to renew their partnership for a tilt at a Champion Hurdle hat-trick this season.

Who will Rachael Blackmore ride in the Champion Chase?

The Champion Chase is one of Cheltenham’s major races that has so far eluded Rachael Blackmore. The 2021 festival’s leading jockey partnered Envoi Allen to finish third last season, and there is a chance the pair could take on the two-mile chase again this season. A more likely ride for Blackmore in the race may be stablemate, Bob Olinger, although last season’s Turners Novices’ Chase winner is entered in a few different races and may not line up in the Champion Chase. Keep an eye out for the latest Cheltenham news with Bookmakers.

Who will Rachael Blackmore ride in the Gold Cup?

The winning performance of A Plus Tard and Rachael Blackmore in last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup was arguably the most visually impressive performance of the week, and it would be a huge surprise if the pair were not to attempt to defend their crown this season. A Plus Tard is the new equine superstar of National Hunt racing, so, he and Rachael Blackmore could not be a more suited combination. 

Who will Rachael Blackmore ride in the King George?

It is a little bit tougher to predict who Rachael Blackmore may ride in this season’s King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day. The reason being that there is no guarantee the aforementioned A Plus Tard will show up for the renowned Kempton contest. 

If he does, Blackmore is likely to partner the Gold Cup winner, and if not, stablemate Bob Olinger is another option if connections decide to tackle the three-mile trip once again.

Rachel Blackmore Biography

Rachael Blackmore is one of the most famous female sports stars on the planet right now. The top jockey has shattered the glass ceiling for female riders with her exploits in the past few years and continues to inspire a new generation of riders, both male and female, hoping to follow in her footsteps.

Blackmore was born in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, and took her first tentative steps towards becoming the most successful female National Hunt jockey when riding a horse for the first time at the tender age of two. Despite her family having no real horse background, Rachael continued her love affair with horses through her early life.

After a stint in pony racing, Blackmore began her career as an amateur jockey and enjoyed some success thanks mainly to the support of trainer Shark Hanlon, who had taken her under his wing. In fact, it was Hanlon who provided Blackmore with her first win as an amateur in February 2011, and it was he who suggested that the young jockey had the quality to turn professional.

In March 2015, Blackmore would do just that, having finished her amateur stint with 11 point-to-point winners in Ireland, and seven winners on the track. Hanlon again provided Blackmore with her first win as a pro, and in 2017 she recorded the first of many historical achievements when becoming the first female rider to win the Irish conditional riders’ championship.

In 2019, Rachael Blackmore firmly stamped her name on the racing world. After beginning a close partnership with Irish trainer, Henry de Bromhead, the pair would team up for two Cheltenham Festival winners, including a first Grade 1 winner for the jockey when Minella Indo won the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle much to the delight of sports betting punters.

The following year, Blackmore was in the winner’s enclosure at Cheltenham once again, this time on board the unbeaten mare, Honeysuckle, a horse with whom she was set to achieve amazing feats within the not-too-distant future.

In 2021, Blackmore enjoyed the most successful season of her career to date. It was her partnership with the aforementioned, Honeysuckle, that would provide the biggest Cheltenham Festival achievement for Blackmore, as she became the first female jockey to win the prestigious Champion Hurdle. Another landmark was achieved after Blackmore became the first woman to win the leading rider at the festival after recording a remarkable six wins across the four days.

One month later at Aintree, Blackmore made an even bigger breakthrough for female jockeys, this time becoming the first to win the world-famous Grand National in its 182nd running. This success catapulted her to not only more fame in the racing world but also across the sporting world as a whole. As a result, Blackmore was named RTE Sports Person of the Year and also took home the BBC World Sport Star of the Year award.

In 2022, Blackmore and Honeysuckle defended their Champion Hurdle crown, and in another first for female jockeys, Rachael became the first woman to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup on board the de Bromhead-trained A Plus Tard.

So much history has been created by Rachael Blackmore in such a short space of time, and it would be very surprising if there were not more historic milestones to be reached by one of the sport’s most famous female athletes. 

Rachael Blackmore FAQs

Where is Rachael Blackmore riding today?

To find out where Rachael Blackmore will be riding today, check out our dedicated section on her booked rides for today and also for tomorrow’s racing action. Rachael Blackmore rides at various courses across the UK and Ireland throughout the season, so keep a close eye on our dedicated section above.

Where is Rachael Blackmore from?

Rachael Blackmore was born in Killenaule, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. County Tipperary is somewhat of a hub for horseracing in Ireland and is home to legendary flat trainer Aidan O’Brien, as well as a host of other flat and National Hunt trainers and jockeys.

How tall is Rachael Blackmore?

Rachael Blackmore is 5’4”, slightly smaller than the average height of a National Hunt jockey. This arguably gives her a slight advantage in the saddle as she can get her body lower to the horse - something similar to a flat jockey.

How old is Rachael Blackmore?

Rachael Blackmore was born on the 11th July 1989, meaning she is currently 33 years old. Although National Hunt jockeys do not have the longevity of the careers of their flat racing counterparts, Blackmore should have plenty of years still ahead of her, all being well.

How much is Rachael Blackmore worth?

The exact net worth of Rachael Blackmore is not known, but given that she has been riding at the top level of National Hunt racing for some years now, she is likely to be one of the wealthier riders in the game.

Where does Rachael Blackmore live?

Rachael Blackmore lives in Co. Carlow, Ireland. She lives with her boyfriend – fellow National Hunt jockey Brian Hayes, as well as multiple time amateur riders champion, Patrick Mullins. Mullins is the son of star trainer National Hunt Willie Mullins.

Has Rachael Blackmore won the Grand National?

Yes. In 2021, Rachael Blackmore made history by becoming the first female jockey to win the Grand National at Aintree. Blackmore partnered the Henry de Bromhead-trained Minella Times to the historic victory, and the pair were unlucky to be brought down in their double attempt last season.

How many races did Rachael Blackmore win at Cheltenham?

Rachael Blackmore has ridden a total of 12 winners at the Cheltenham Festival. Her first victory came in 2019 on A Plus Tard in the Chase Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase, a horse that would help Blackmore create more history by being the first female jockey to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup just three years later.

How many races has Rachael Blackmore won?

At this moment in time, Rachael Blackmore has won over 450 races across the Irish and UK National Hunt sphere. She has also won 11 races on the flat in her native Ireland. She always has a chance to win with favourable bookings because of her standing in the industry.

Is Rachael Blackmore related to Ruby Walsh?

No. Rachael Blackmore is not related to legendary jockey Ruby Walsh. In fact, Rachael Blackmore has few relatives in the horse racing sphere, although she is currently the girlfriend of fellow jockey, Brian Hayes and lives with another fellow jockey, Patrick Mullins.

Who does Rachael Blackmore ride for?

Rachael Blackmore has ridden for a collection of the top National Hunt trainers in Ireland and the UK and continues to pick up rides on some of the sport's best horses. Her main source of success, however, has come from a lethal partnership with Irish trainer, Henry de Bromhead.