BARRY GERAGHTY

- Fourth most successful National Hunt jockey of all time

- Gold Cup and Grand National winning jockey

- Rider of the brilliant Sprinter Sacre, Moscow Flyer and Bobs Worth

- Two time Irish Champion Jockey

 Irish jump jockey, Barry Geraghty rode his first winner aged 18 in 1997 and three years later became the Irish Champion jump jockey which he also retained in 2004.

 He splits his time between Ireland and the UK is the second most successful jockey of all time at the Cheltenham Festival with 38 winners. 2003 was his most successful year at the festival, picking up 5 wins, which consequently lead onto him being voted Irish sports personality of the year. That same year he won the Grand National on Monty’s Pass.

 In 2008 he became first jockey to the Nicky Henderson stable due to the retirement of Mick Fitzgerald and in 2015 he replaced AP McCoy as the retained rider for owner JP McManus.

 2009 brought huge success as he won the Champion Hurdle and with that became the first jockey to win the big four races at Cheltenham; Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle and the Gold Cup.

 Barry rode his 1,875th winner in Britain and Ireland on the 26th January 2019. This moved him up to the fourth on the all-time winners list.