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BIO

Hollie Doyle

Achievements:

In August 2020, Hollie became the first Woman to ride 5 winners in one day. In October 2020 she became the first female to ride a winner on Champions Day. 


NHC Courses

Achieved Level 2 Apprenticeship Equine Groom Apprenticeship Standard in August 2015.

About Hollie

Born in 1996, Hollie Doyle has become a household name when it comes to current British flat racing greats. She grew up around horses, her father is a former jockey and her mother rode in Arab horse races. Hollie completed her level 2 Apprenticeship Equine Groom Apprenticeship Standard at the National Horseracing College.
In 2013, and prior to completing her Level 2 qualifications, Hollie spent the winter in Santa Anite, California, for six weeks.

Facts about Hollie:

  • In August 2020, Hollie became the first Woman to ride 5 winners in one day
  • Hollie broke the record for the most winners in a calendar year by a female jockey with 116 wins in 2019
  • Rode her first Group 1 winner, the British Champions Sprint Stakes, riding Glen Shiel in October 2020 for Archie Watson and owners Hambleton Racing.
  • Rode a Group 2 winner, the Long Distance Cup, in October 2020 riding Trueshan for trainer Alan King and owners The Barbury Lions. 
  • In October 2020, Hollie became the first female jockey to ride a winner on Champions Day at Ascot, when she steered Trueshan to victory in the Long Distance Cup. This was followed by her first Group 1, winning the Champions Sprint on Glen Shiel.
  • In 2020, Hollie has won big races including her first Group 2 and Group 3 wins.
  • Hollie’s first win at Royal Ascot came in June 2020 when she steered 33/1 chance Scarlet Dragon to victory in the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes
  • Hollie rode her first Group race winner on 9 July 2020 on Dame Malliot in the Princess of Wales's Stakes on the July Course at Newmarket
  • In July 2020 she was appointed as a retained jockey for owner Imad Al Sagar.
  • She had a winner on her first ride on 5 May 2013 on a horse named The Mongoose.
Credit: Sky Sports Racing