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Ryan Moore Booked Rides For Today & Tomorrow At Newmarket 2023

Ryan Moore is a world-renowned English flat jockey with a CV packed full of Group 1 victories from around the globe. Fourteen English Classics, nine Irish Classics, two Prix de l'Arc de Triomphes, a Melbourne Cup, a Japan Cup and four Breeders’ Cup Turf wins are just some of the top level races that he has to his name, and no doubt there are many more to come. 

Ryan Moore is currently first-choice rider for the all-conquering Aidan O’Brien stable, but he also has ties to Sir Michael Stoute, Richard Hannon and regularly rides for powerful owners like Juddmonte Farms and Cheveley Park.

If you are a fan, or a faithful follower of the legend that is Ryan Moore, then you are in the right place. We are the leading source of everything you might need on the three-time Champion Jockey, and our team of experts keep you up to date with the latest information. This dedicated page is updated with Ryan Moore’s booked rides for today’s racing, as well as his booked rides for tomorrow. We have the latest prices on every horse that Ryan Moore rides from all of the leading horse racing betting sites and plenty of free bet offers to boot in the UK.

Ryan Moore Rides Today

This is the place to find all of the information on Ryan Moore’s rides for today’s action. All of the best odds are available, and we are delighted to point you in the right direction of where the best value may lie. You can also find a list of his booked rides for tomorrow, with early prices becoming available as soon as they are released.

Ryan Moore Rides Tomorrow

You will also be able to find Ryan Moore’s rides for tomorrow here in more detail. Prices on betting apps will be available shortly after declaration time, so check this page regularly to take advantage of early prices from the top bookies and betting sites in the UK, as horses set to have Ryan Moore on their backs are often well backed at an early stage. Even horses at big meetings in the future that have an association with Moore can come in for serious ante-post support. 

Ryan Moore Future Rides

Unfortunately, we are not in possession of a crystal ball, but our experts can certainly attempt to predict Ryan Moore’s future big race rides for the rest of the season and, of course, next season’s UK and Irish Classics. This is no simple task, but we can make some assumptions given his connections and past rides. A jockey of the stature of Ryan Moore will have booked rides for big races well into the future, so make plenty of use of our ante post horse racing betting section, particularly if you have some inside information, or merely a gut feeling. Get on early, though, as prices contract pretty rapidly on a horse confirmed to have the assistance of Moore in the saddle. 


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Predicting Ryan Moore’s Rides in Big Races

As stated above, we are going to make some educated guesses on who Ryan Moore rides in the big races in the future. He is currently the number one rider for the Aidan O’Brien stable, so he is likely to be on board the most promising horses from that yard. Obviously, there is no guarantee that he will still be O’Brien’s first-choice jockey for next year’s big races, but that is all we have to go on for now. 

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the 1000 Guineas?

Let’s start with the flying fillies of the 1000 Guineas. As always, O’Brien is responsible for some of the smartest-looking youngsters for next year’s 1000 Guineas at Newmarket. That means Ryan Moore will likely have a tough decision on who to partner as he attempts to add to his tally of four wins in the first Classic of the season.  

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the 2000 Guineas?

The 2000 Guineas ante post horse racing betting market is also dominated by Aidan O’Brien colts, meaning Ryan Moore will have some sleepless nights ahead as he narrows down his choice on who to ride. His two previous victories in the race have been for O’Brien, but with the last of those coming back in 2017, the pressure is on to make the right choice.

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the Derby?

Surprisingly, Ryan Moore has just two wins in the prestigious Epsom Derby, and the last those was way back in 2013 on Ruler of the World for Aidan O’Brien. His only other win came on board the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Workforce, so there is always a chance he may desert O’Brien if a better offer comes along.

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the Oaks?

Ryan Moore and Aidan O’Brien have won two of the last three Epsom Oaks, so they will be confident of continuing in the same vein in 2023. Our experts will keep an eye on the movers and shakers of the ante-post market and give you the latest on who Ryan Moore may ride.

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the St Leger?

Ryan Moore and Aidan O’Brien won back-to-back St Legers in 2017 and 2018, but they have since drawn a blank in the final Classic of the season at Doncaster. We will have to wait and see which of O’Brien’s three-year-old’s turns out to be a stayer before a recommendation can be made on who Ryan Moore rides. Keep an eye on the horse racing ante post odds for any interesting moves.

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the Arc De Triomphe?

The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous races globally, and, no doubt, there will be a contingent of foreign trainers vying to get Ryan Moore to commit to riding their horses. He has ridden for trainers all across the world in his career, so he should have a nice mix of horses to choose from.

Who will Ryan Moore ride in the Breeders' Cup?

Ryan Moore and Aidan O’Brien have a history of plundering the Breeders' Cup in the past, and the pair are sure to have another strong team to go to war with in 2023 after teaming up for three winners in the 2022 renewal at Keeneland. Keep your eye on our ante-post section for updates and our expert’s views on the runners and riders.

Who will Ryan Moore ride at Royal Ascot?

Aidan O’Brien runners will be in abundance at the Royal meeting, but Ryan Moore will also have other top trainers from around the world looking for his assistance. Keep a close eye on the ante-post markets from all of the UK’s best horse racing betting sites.

Ryan Moore Biography

Ryan Lee Moore has had racing in his blood since birth. Born in Brighton on the south coast of England, he is the son of former jockey and current trainer, Gary Moore and is grandson of trainer Charlie Moore and brother to fellow jockeys Jamie, Joshua and Hayley. Ryan was just four years old when he first started riding and actually credits the legendary jump jockey, A.P McCoy, as having had a huge effect on him as a young rider. McCoy would be in Moore senior’s yard riding out, and his work ethic was an eye-opener for the budding jockey, and it was a similar hard-working attitude and a brilliant racing brain that led him to become one of the most sought-after young jockeys on the circuit. Richard Hannon was the first trainer he would have a successful connection with before moving on to ride some of the best horses for Sir Michael Stoute. He would become champion apprentice in 2003, before going on to capture the jockey’s championship in 2006, 2008 and 2009. 

However, it was when teaming up with Aidan O’Brien and the Coolmore breeding setup that he would come to dominate Group 1 races around the globe and ensure his mounts would always be among the favorites at the best betting sites

Ryan has a total of 14 Classic wins to his name, 11 of which have been for O’Brien. All nine of his Irish Classic wins have also come for the master of Ballydoyle, and there is also a long list of Royal Ascot wins for the pair. They have also regularly teamed up for victory in the US at the Breeders' Cup. 

So we know that Ryan Moore is loved among the top trainers and favourite backers around the world, but one group of people that have a very strained relationship with the top jockey are the media. Moore is notoriously difficult to deal with for the journalistic profession. He has received plenty of flak from many quarters for his behaviour of dodging reporters, or giving them just a couple of passing words as he runs by on his way to the weight room. Whether it is a bad attitude, privacy, or simply shyness, opinion is divided on his actions by punters, fans and journalists alike.

There is one exception. From time to time, after the adrenaline rush of an impressive performance of a young horse, he can be forthcoming with just how good he or she may be. So, if you spot Ryan Moore giving an interview, take heed and listen. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Ryan Moore riding today?

Given his global stardom, Ryan Moore could be riding in Britain, Ireland or anywhere around the world on any given day. The USA, France, Dubai and Hong Kong are among some of the haunts you could see him getting the leg up. Don’t worry if you are not sure, though. We've got you covered in the today’s rides section above.

How tall is Ryan Moore?

Well you know we are not going to say 6ft! Ryan Moore stands at 5ft 7 inches, which is actually quite tall for a flat jockey. It has never been a hindrance however, the ability to get low in the saddle and that added touch of class helps him dine at the top table of racing.

How old is Ryan Moore?

Ryan Moore was born on September 18th, 1983, meaning he is just shy of his 39th birthday. Hard to believe when you think just how long he has been in the limelight. Don’t worry though, flat jockeys have been known to continue riding into their fifties, so he will be around for a few years yet.

How much is Ryan Moore the jockey worth?

Ryan Moore is believed to have amassed a cool net worth of $18 million, the equivalent of £15.5 million! He's on a retainer with Aidan O’Brien and the Coolmore juggernaut. Add in the fact that he rakes in a percentage of his race wins and sponsorship money, and it's easy to see how his bank balance is bulging.

Where does Ryan Moore live?

Ryan Moore was born in Brighton in the South of England but now lives in Newmarket, Suffolk, otherwise known as the home of flat racing in the UK. On the other hand, given his regular globetrotting exploits, it could be said that wherever he lays his hat (and helmet!), is his home.

Has Ryan Moore won the Grand National?

No, Ryan Moore has never won, or even ridden in the Aintree spectacle. Moore is a flat jockey by trade and may not fancy tackling the Grand National fences on the horses he rides. Ryan’s brothers, Jamie and Joshua are jumps jockeys, but neither have won the big one either.

How many Classics has Ryan Moore won?

Ryan Moore has four victories in the 1000 Guineas but, surprisingly, only has two in the 2000 Guineas. He also has just two Derby wins, but has amassed four victories in the Oaks and another two in the St Leger, which brings the total to fourteen. He also has nine Irish Classic wins to his name.

How much does Ryan Moore earn per race?

All flat jockeys receive a rate of about £120 per ride. Not much for an occupation where you get followed by an ambulance. Even at that, there are a lot of deductions to come out of that too. It is in the close to 7% winning ride percentage that a top level jockey like Moore makes their living.