He started racing at the age of twelve--and won over 4,000 English races. Now Francis gives the whole story of Lester Piggott's life--the deafness which caused the press to call him distant, his fight to lose the weight to compete, and the greed, corruption and danger of the track as only Francis can convey....
|Title||:||A Jockey's Life: The Biography of Lester Piggott|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||480 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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A Jockey's Life: The Biography of Lester Piggott Reviews
Yes, I enjoyed Francis' writing so much that I read his biography of a jokey I'd never heard of. And I liked it.
Horse racing has been called the sport of kings and it took tough, wiry men to compete as jockies. Lester Piggott was one of these men and this is the story of his career.