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May 10, 2021

Jack Wilmot in Year 11 passed his Jockey Assessment to become a Cat A Amateur Jockey.

Jack has been balancing his studies whilst training full-time with Sarah Humphrey racing and part-time with Jonjo O’Neill Racing. He has also been following the Flexible Learning Programme and gaining additional qualifications at the British Racing School, of which he will graduate in June with a Diploma in Race Horse Care.

This is the first step onto a long road to becoming a professional jockey and Jack is able to race from June 30th, when he turns 16.