Jockeying for position: the women taking on racing's elite
There is a long way to go before women gain a proper foothold in the male-dominated industry
On a crisp, bright, numbingly cold February morning outside the village of Moone in Co Kildare, 68-year-old racehorse trainer Jessica Harrington is astride the eight-year-old Rock the World.
Harrington is thundering up the steep incline of the gallops at Commonstown farm, shouting encouragement to television presenter Tracy Piggott, who is riding alongside her.
Jessica Harrington runs Commonstown Stables with her daughters Emma and Kate, and rides out every morning. Commonstown is a small business run...
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