Go Racing In Yorkshire runs an apprentice series.
Nurturing and encouraging talent is key to the continued sustainability of racing and Go Racing In Yorkshire, supported by White Rose Saddlery, is proud to promote a series for apprentice jockeys, The Go Racing In Yorkshire Future Stars Apprentice Series.
The 10 race series begins at Doncaster in March with a race at each Yorkshire course, before returning to Doncaster for the final in November. Points are awarded as follows;
|1st||18 points||4th||3 points|
|2nd||9 points||5th||2 points|
|3rd||6 points||6th||1 point|
Doncaster – Saturday 26th March
Ripon – Thursday 14th April
Pontefract – Wednesday 27th April
Wetherby – Tuesday 7th June
Beverley – Tuesday 21st June
Redcar – Sunday 17th July
Thirsk – Friday 5th August
York – Sunday 4th September
Catterick – Saturday 15th October
FINAL, Doncaster – Saturday 5th November
The 2021 winner of the Go Racing In Yorkshire Future Stars Apprentice Series, supported by White Rose Saddlery is Oisin McSweeney. Oisin is based at the Hambleton yard of Kevin Ryan. He arrived in England in September 2020 without a winner to his name and has amassed an amazing 23 winners this year with a strike rate of 16%. We look forward to following Oisin through 2022 and as an introduction here’s a clip of his winner in the series last year.
Read Oisin’s blog here.
Read the report from round 7 at Thirsk here
Read the report from round 6 at Redcar here
Read the report from round 5 at Beverley here
Read the report from round 4 at Wetherby here
Read Paddy Aspell’s report from round 3 at Pontefract here
Read Paddy Aspell’s report from round 2 at Ripon here
Read Paddy Aspell’s report from both divisions of round 1 at Doncaster Racecourse here