THE massive respect which even [...]

March 2013
Daily Mail;3/30/2013, p79
THE massive respect which even the most casual sports fan holds for jump jockeys was plain to see on Twitter last night, with all sorts of celebrities and sports stars taking to the social network to offer their best wishes to paralysed pilot JT McNamara. However, the Limerick jockey's terrible injury will likely provoke another response by the renewal of the Aintree Grand National next month — when various animal rights groups will surely use his accident to attack the sport he loves.


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