Jenny Pitman: “Quite honestly, my horses meant more to me than close family members”
In 1983 Jenny Pitman became the first female trainer to win the Grand National when her horse Corbiere came first. Thirty years on she joins Jenni to look back over her immense success which has included another win at the Grand National and two winners of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Available since: Fri 5 Apr 2013
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PowerLister Sue Ion goes back to school, plus Jenny Pitman on the Grand National.
First broadcast: 05 Apr 2013
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