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Ruby, Ruby, Ruby,
This review is from: Ruby: The Autobiography (Paperback)
Written in such a way that you can just hear Ruby Walsh speak it as you read along, it pulls little punches and Ruby comes across as a man not frightened to say it as he sees it. Born into a racing family, Ruby clearly is set for a life in horse racing, in some shape or form from an early age.
Some enlightening opinions are voiced on stewards, riding tactics, injuries, family success and racecourse facilities amongst many other topics of interest to National Hunt racing fans. This book is hard to put down if you're a fan of the sport or the author and rates alongside other very good racing autobiographies such as Mick Fitzgerald's 'Better than Sex' and Paul Nicholls' 'Lucky Break'.
Highly recommended for all sports fans.