Wednesday April 1, 2020

A kinder, gentler Genghis Khan

Micky Levy was a dying man. He'd been a jockey, and had worked with horses worldwide all his working life.

30th April, 2005

Micky Levy was a dying man. He'd been a jockey, and had worked with horses worldwide all his working life. The cancer came when he was working with Aidan O'Brien at Ballydoyle. “And I looked up to the Lord and I said ‘well thank you.

“’I thought I was a distance horse, and now you've pulled me in at seven furlongs'.”

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