The female jockey breaking records
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Lizzie Kelly: The first female Gold Cup jockey for 33 years

A jockey in this week's Gold Cup will become the first female rider to compete in the race in 33 years.

Lizzie Kelly, from Devon, has already broken records, becoming the first female jockey to win a British grade one race over jumps.

She'll be racing Tea For Two at the Cheltenham Festival on Friday.

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  • 16 Mar
  • From the section Devon