The Shane Broderick Story

Genre: Non Fiction
£3.95

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Book Summary

Written with Shane Broderick's authorization and cooperation, this text tells the story of one of the rising stars of Irish racing, his early life, his association with the great Doran's Pride and then the aftermath of his tragic injury at Fairy House in April 1997 when he broke his neck and became paralyzed from the neck down. The book covers his life after the accident and his struggle to lead as normal a life as possible. It also describes the response from the public which led to the growth of the Shane Broderick Fund and his determination to set up structures to help other jockeys in a similar situation.

About the Author

Bestselling author Jacqui Broderick was born in England but now lives in the West of Ireland.
She had a successful career as contributing editor of a number of magazines, establishing a lifestyle title which has been in print for over two decades.
Her first book, The Shane Broderick Story, was published in 1999. Her next book Trainers, was listed by Amazon as a recommended book for summer reading. Trainers was followed by Winners, Millionaires and a children’s book A Pony for Free.
She writes in a variety of genres, including romance, crime, historical and children’s and has also ghost written a number of titles. The majority of her published books are set in the equestrian world.

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