Three time Champion Flat Jockey.
He has dominated the flat racing scene around the world for the last 13 years with an untold amount of Group 1 victories both here and abroad.
Born in Brighton, East Sussex, Ryan’s racing background meant that becoming a jockey was a natural progression. He began his race riding career as an apprentice for his father, the highly regarded dual purpose trainer, Gary Moore. Ryan is brother to jump jockeys Jamie and Joshua, and amateur flat jockey Hayley Moore.
In 2003 Ryan notched up 59 winners and claimed the award for leading apprentice of the year. During 2006 Ryan rode his first Group 1 winner aboard Notnowcato in the Juddmonte International Stakes and went on to win the Professional Jockeys Championship.
In 2010 Ryan became the first jockey in the history of the sport to win the Investec Oaks, Investec Derby and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in the same year.
On 20th June 2013 at Royal Ascot Ryan made sporting history when winning the Gold Cup on Estimate for Her Majesty The Queen who became the first reigning monarch to win the Gold Cup in its 207-year history.
His landmark victories include 11 British Classics, 2 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, 2 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphes, 4 Breeders Cup Turfs, 1 Melbourne Cup and 1 Japan Cup.