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Meet Bryony Frost
Everyone knows about the glamorous world of horseracing, but what about the hard work and countless early mornings needed to get horses ready for race day?
Discover what racing life is really like, through the eyes of jockey Bryony Frost. Her father may be Jimmy Frost, Winner of the 1989 Grand National, but she is fast making a real name for herself, becoming the first woman to win a Grade One race at the Cheltenham Festival.
Bryony is passionate about horseracing and encouraging others to fulfil their potential in the industry. As she says;” if you commit and work hard, you’ll go somewhere”.
Hear Bryony Frost explain what it took for her to succeed in the exciting world of horseracing, from becoming a Jockey to winning the British Conditional Jockey’s title for the 2018-19 season.
Bryony was nominated for the BT Sport Action Woman Award in 2019 which celebrates the achievements of incredible and inspiring female sports people.
back to school
Bryony meets some youngsters on their way to becoming successful Racing Grooms and potential Jockeys, thanks to specialist racehorse care courses. She sees for herself the thorough training provided by the National Horseracing CollegeBritish Racing School. Why not join them?
Discover why it’s just as important to learn how to fall off your horse, as it is to ride one, and why you need to be as fit as your horse, if not fitter! Bryony offers words of wisdom and wit to youngsters just starting out in the world of racing.
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More careers, more opportunities
Discover what you could achieve in racing. There are so many different career paths available. Watch these videos below and find out more.