Hollie Doyle
Age: 27
Hollie Doyle made a winning debut as a jockey, scoring at Salisbury in 2013 aboard The Mongoose. After completing high school, she joined the yard of David Evans in Wales, and during winter, would spend six weeks riding out at Santa Anita, California. In 2014, Doyle began her apprenticeship at the Wiltshire yard of four-time British champion trainer, Richard Hannon Sr., and she rode out her claim in November, 2017. Doyle rode her 152nd winner of the year on 22 October 2021, surpassing her own record for a British female jockey of wins through a calendar year after her 151 wins in 2020. She made a single-day record for a female jockey with five wins at Windsor Racecourse on 29 August, 2020. Doyle also secured her first Group race victory in the G2 Princess of Wales’s Stakes at Newmarket aboard Dame Malliot, and her first Royal Ascot success came with 33/1 chance Scarlet Dragon in the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes in 2020. Her biggest success to date also came at Ascot in the 2020 British Champions Sprint Stakes atop Glen Shiel, who gave her a British Champions Day double after Trueshan had powered clear of his rivals in the G2 British Champions Long Distance Cup. Later that year she participated in the IJC for the first time, and become the first female jockey to win leg of the IJC, helping her to finish joint third with Alexis Badel in the event. She won a second IJC race in 2021 on her way to finishing joint-second in that year’s event. She is the retained rider of Classic-winning owner and breeder Imad Al Sagar. She added a second Group 1 to her tally in 2021 with the victory of Trueshan in the Goodwood Cup and has since formed a strong alliance with Nashwa – winning a further two Group 1s aboard the youngster in 2022, including victory in the Prix de Diane. The same partnership added one more Group 1 win in 2023 in the Falmouth Stakes. Hollie married Tom Marquand in March, 2022. Her latest Group 1 success came in the Prix du Cadran atop Trueshan.
First female jockey to ride five winners in one day (Windsor Racecourse, 29 August, 2020); Single season record for most winners ridden by a female jockey (172 in 2021).

23/24 Season
Nationality : GB No. of Wins : 0 Total Rides : 8
Stakes won : $183,750 No. of 2nds : 1 Win % : 0.00%
No. of 3rds : 0
No. of 4ths : 0

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