SA UBET Apprentice Academy
The Thoroughbred Racing SA Apprentice Academy has been educating young apprentice jockeys since the early 1980's. Apprentices are taught a range of techniques and skills at the Academy that help them on their paths to becoming competent and experienced senior riders.
Proudly supported by UBET.
For further information please contact:
Apprentice Training Supervisor
Phone: (08) 8179 9823
Apprentice Academy Expressions of Interest
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Code of Conduct for Apprentice Jockeys
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The Hong Kong- born apprentice Alfred Chan took home a massive four wins last week on South Australian tracks. A quote from Chan last year in September 2017 after his first win and big move to Adelaide, “I love it here. Hopefully I can get a few more rides now.”...
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With over 3,500 winners and 75 Group 1 victories to his name, Felix Coetzee knows what it takes to ride a winner and the champion South African hoop is now teaching the next generation of riders to follow in his footsteps.
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Wednesday's Gawler leg of the National Apprentice Series looms as a huge day in the scheme of the Series with two heats to take place after Heat 3 was washed out in Queensland last month.
The National Apprentice Series kicks off this weekend in Launceston as South Australia look to continue their good record in the series
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Irish born Apprentice Emily Finnegan has been crowned Dux of the UBET Apprentice Academy after a fantastic year which saw her win 56 races including 32 in the Metropolitan area.
Three years ago Alice Lindsay was working in finance. Now the 24-year-old from the Adelaide Hills is about to have her first race ride at Gawler on Thursday.
Irish born Apprentice Emily Finnegan has been crowned Dux of the UBET Apprentice Academy after a fantastic year which saw her win 56 races including 32 in the Metropolitan area. The Dux Award caps off a memorable year for Finnegan who also took out the South Australian Metropolitan Apprentice of...
Tasmanian apprentice Raquel Clark will make her South Australian riding debut this weekend at Morphettville as she begins her three-month stint with the Macdonald Gluyas Racing stable.
Hong Kong Apprentice Matthew Poon was crowned Dux of the UBET Apprentice Academy at the 2016 Apprentice Academy Awards night at Morphettville Racecourse. Matthew had an amazing first year in the saddle with 44 winners including seven in the city. The special guest for the evening was Luke Nolen, who...