Star jockey, Hollie Doyle, poised for Friday comeback before Doncaster’s Lincoln meeting | Racing News

Hollie Doyle makes her triumphant return to racing

Leading flat jockey Hollie Doyle is all set to return to the track on Friday at Newcastle ahead of this weekend’s highly anticipated Lincoln meeting at Doncaster. Catch all the thrilling action live on Sky Sports Racing.

The Group One-winning rider had been out of action since January due to an elbow injury from a fall at Wolverhampton. Fortunately, she has fully recovered and raring to go.

Doyle had a stellar season in 2022, securing over 150 wins and riding her way to a first Classic victory with Nashwa, another victory at Royal Ascot with Bradsell, and clinching glory with star stayer Trueshan.

The talented jockey will make her comeback at Newcastle, riding Rhythm and Hooves in the 5:50 pm race before Saturday’s opening flat turf meeting of the year at Doncaster.

Some of her highly anticipated rides at the Lincoln meeting include Richard Spencer’s Revich in the lucrative Lincoln Handicap, as well as chances on Wilderness Girl in the Cammidge Trophy and the classy Tempus in the Doncaster Mile.

Hollie Doyle and Trueshan
Hollie Doyle and Trueshan

“It’s been a frustrating time on the sidelines, but it was great to receive the green light to return,” said the Sky Sports Racing ambassador.

“I’ve been back at Oaksey House this morning, and the team there have been fantastic right the way through my recovery.”

“I’ll be riding out this week and am looking forward to getting back in the saddle at Newcastle on Friday and on Lincoln day at Doncaster and kicking on from there.”

Be sure to watch every race from the Lincoln meeting at Doncaster this Saturday, exclusively live on Sky Sports Racing.

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