Hollie Doyle stole the honours with an 899/1 five-timer last Saturday in Windsor
Jim Crowley has ridden a landmark total of 2,000 winners and some of his best horses are assessed here
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 August 2020
Jim Crowley: "I’m praying the rain stays away. He’s won on good to soft, so that’s not a problem. Fast ground just makes it easier.”
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 August 2020
Frankie Dettori and Jim Crowley both rode six winners at Royal Ascot but Dettori took the top-jockey title with more seconds
Jim Crowley's Thursday double began with Molatham in the Jersey Stakes
Mustashry got back up having been headed and outpaced briefly in the seven-furlong stakes
Global Applause gave trainer Robert Cowell another win in the Listed Scarbrough Stakes over five furlongs
Raul da Silva has been suspended for 21 days for "violent conduct" after punching former champion jockey Jim Crowley during a weigh room incident at Goodwood
The former champion rider says he was not the aggressor in his Goodwood altercation with Raul da Silva
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 June 2018
Leo Powell reports on the final meeting at Meydan this season ahead of the Dubai World Cup
"I've never trained such a fast horse. He has an incredible cruising speed and is even better on good ground"
Jim Crowley got the call up from Sir Michael Stoute to ride Crystal Ocean in the St Leger next week
Battaash may have disappointed Jim Crowley in the big race but the jockey was still able to top and tail the card with wins on Fidaawy and Mojito
Under a patient ride by Jim Crowley, Ulysses showed he is getting better with age as he outran his younger rivals in the Juddmonte International Stakes at York
Three-year-old Battaash proved much too good for his older rivals in the Group 2 Qatar King George Stakes over five furlongs at Goodwood yesterday
Bengali Boys dominates the Super Sprint at Newbury and only cost his owners €11,000
Henry Candy's five-year-old won the July Cup in sensational style last season and can make it back-to-back wins today
"The fact that Crowley had ridden Ulysses at Ascot, probably made a difference of more than the nose by which he prevailed in the Eclipse"
The far rail was the place to be in the bet365 Handicap over six furlongs as Ekhtiyaar kept on from Tommy Taylor
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Ulysses held on by a nose as Barney Roy closed him down in a thrilling Coral-Eclipse Stakes
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