When wagering on horse racing jockeys with the amWager Promo code, Graham Lee is among the best racers to put your money on. The Grand National-winning rider focuses on Flat races these days, although his influence was recognized following his triumph with Travel Lightly when competing in the mares’ contest.

Graham won the Aintree highlight in 2004 on Amberleigh House and took the World Hurdle on Inglis Drever a year later before turning his attention to Flat Racing in 2012. His advice also played a huge part in the success of the six-year-old horse trained by Rebecca Menzies. The six-year-old finished seventh under Graham Lee in a mile and four and a half furlongs handicap earlier this year. 

According to the Durham-based trainer, the horse had a very likable altitude ahead of the race, and Graham Lee suggested the idea of trying her over a shorter trip in the Flat. While most people might think that Travel Lightly would be handicapped well on the Flat, there are plenty of options to consider. However, Menzies says they might also race her on the turf this summer, considering that she’s a nice mare to have fun with. 

With a massive list of 11 racers on the card, the trainer finished a double with Busy Street, who was triumphant during the second division featuring horses who had run in the hurdle or chase. However, he hasn’t won in Grade 1 or 2. 

Graham Lee rode the bookies favorite, Edge, during the 2007 National, before pulling up in the 20th fence following his failure to trouble the leaders. Lee was scheduled to ride Donald McCain’s Idle Talk during the 2008 Grand National, but he was ruled out after he suffered from multiple structures several weeks before. 

While Graham’s profile dropped significantly after joining Murphy, he bounced back in the game through his participation in hurdles and chasers. Nonetheless, Graham managed to finish second during the 2007/08 jockey’s championship and managed to be the second jockey to rank in the first two positions over ten years in the history of the National Hunt Jockey’s Championship. 

In 2009, Graham started riding for trainer Rose Dobbin in addition to him working for murphy. Graham was also a surprise pick to ride David Pipe’s racer during the 2010 Grand National and was eventually chosen to ride The Package. The decision was taken after Timmy Murphy decided to ride Comply or Die, his National-winning horse. The Irish jockey market his 1000th career win in January 2012.