Kieren Fallon was one of the world’s greatest jockeys, but his career was
littered with controversial incidents. Now, in his powerful and honest
autobiography, he tells all.
With wit as well as absolute frankness, he tells of the huge pressures on top jockeys - even those without his external problems – and how his dazzling riding career was marred, then brought to a premature halt by campaigns of lies and innuendo.
Brutally honest as well as entertaining, this is a unique sporting memoir.
Paperback, 320 pages