BoyleSports Sign Joseph O’Brien As Horse Racing Ambassador
BoyleSports are delighted to announce that they have snapped up former Irish Champion Jockey, multiple classic winner and now trainer, Joseph O’Brien, as their new horse racing ambassador for the coming 2016/17 season.
O’Brien, who is only 23, has already saddled Intricately to win the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh on the flat. Last March at the Cheltenham Festival he was responsible for Ivanovich Gorbatov winning the Triumph Hurdle despite it running under his father Aidan’s name as O’Brien Junior hadn’t acquired his licence at the time.
O’Brien’s training career got off to the perfect start back in June when he saddled four winners from his six runners at Gowran Park and Listowel.
BoyleSports Head of Communications, Leon Blanche with Aspen Colorado and Trainer & BoyleSports Horse Racing Ambassador, Joseph O’Brien
Joseph will take up his role as BoyleSports Horse Racing Ambassador with immediate effect. He will provide a weekly blog for BoyleSports.com that will include information on his runners and industry views that will also be streamed into BoyleSports shops nationwide.
Joseph O’Brien, BoyleSports Horse Racing Ambassador said:
I am delighted to be teaming up with BoyleSports. They strive to be the best in their industry and I am delighted to be working with them.
He added “As Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker, they have achieved fantastic success down to hard work and determination and I am looking forward to working with them during the coming months”
Leon Blanche, BoyleSports’ Head of Communications said: “We are delighted to announce that we have signed Joseph as our new horse racing ambassador and we look forward to working with him throughout the year as his young stable continues to produce future superstars. The qualities he possesses are something we feel will bring a great synergy with our brand.”
He added “Joseph’s ambition and desire give him every chance of succeeding at the highest level and all of us here at BoyleSports wish him the very best on what we are sure will be a very successful transition into training.”