32Red are delighted to announce that Nico de Boinville has joined as one of their racing ambassadors.
Alongside fellow Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning stablemates Bryan Cooper and Paddy Brennan – who won the big race on Don Cossack in 2016 and Imperial Commander in 2010 respectively – de Boinville is on board in time for this year’s Cheltenham Festival, where he has an enviable book of rides, headed by Altior in the Arkle.
Nico de Boinville won the Cheltenham Gold Cup on novice Coneygree in 2015 but perhaps is best associated with Sprinter Sacre, who brought the house down when winning the 2016 Champion Chase.
De Boinville commented: “It’s great to be on board with 32Red just ahead of the Cheltenham Festival.
“I’m delighted to be back riding winners after three and a half months out injured and it’s now all systems go ahead of the biggest four days of the year!
“I have got plenty of exciting rides to look forward to, including Altior and Might Bite, so let’s hope I can provide some good insight in my 32Red blog.”
Matt Booth, Chief Commercial Officer, 32Red PLC, added: “32Red are delighted to add Nico to our ever-increasing stable of the best jockeys in the business.
“With his position as Nicky Henderson’s principal jockey, he’ll not only have some of the most exciting rides available for this year’s Cheltenham Festival, but will also be perfectly placed to give our customers invaluable insight to help them pick a winner or two.
“Nico joins fellow Gold Cup winners Paddy Brennan and Bryan Cooper as 32Red Ambassadors and further demonstrates our on-going commitment to supporting UK racing.”
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