Ride Like A Girl: What It's Really Like To Be A Female Jockey
10.06.2019 - By The Quicky
Women have only been allowed to ride in horse races in Australia since 1979 but since then they've blazed a trail through one of the only sports in the world where men and women compete against each other on a level playing field.
So is it any different for a woman in the sport? With the Michelle Payne story Ride Like a Girl out in cinemas, we take a look at life as a woman in a very male dominated world.
Host/Producer: Claire Murphy
Executive Producer: Elle Beattie
Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri
Thanks to our special guest Legendary Australian jockey Clare Lindop.
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To listen to Mia Freedman's chat with Ride Like A Girl director Rachel Griffiths, you can find the episode of No Filter here... https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/no-filter/rachel-griffiths-interview/