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If you’d like to find out a bit more about me, please read on.
My name is Joe McNally. I’ve always worked in the racing and betting business – marketing manager at Aintree in the ’90s (there for the ‘void’ National in ’93 and the Bomb Scare National in ’97).
I’ve also worked for racing’s main broadcaster SiS. My last job was at the Tote where I was commercial director for 5 years before leaving to set up my own business. I created the original scoop6 concept.
I’ve co-written and published seven novels with Richard Pitman (ex-top steeplechase jock) and we’ve recently re-published a few of them as eBooks. Thankfully, they’re getting plenty 4* and 5* reviews.
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