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Racing Groom Blog - Arvin Chadee

Blog 4 – Arvin Chadee

Here’s the fourth and final post from our Racing Groom blogger, Arvin Chadee here he speaks about one unbelievable day at Ascot. I have been lucky enough to enjoy many wonderful and memorable moments whilst working in racing. However the … Read more

Blog 3 – Arvin Chadee

Here’s the third post from our Racing Groom blogger, Arvin Chadee here he talks about balancing the racing world & university life. I’m very fortunate in that I work for a great trainer in Dean Ivory, who allows me to balance working … Read more

Graduate Blog - Michael Andrews

Blog 2 – Michael Andrews

The course began for the large majority of us on the Sunday night before the start of the scheme. The British Racing School, who looked after us amazingly throughout those two weeks, put on a welcome drinks event as a chance for us to meet both … Read more

Blog 1 – Michael Andrews

The British Horseracing Graduate Development Programme was without doubt one of the best things I’ve ever done. Whether it was the awesome two-week residential course at Newmarket at the start of the course, meeting some lifelong racing fans and … Read more

Travelling Head Groom Blog - Laura Parker

Blog 9 – Laura Parker

February: I’ve been asked to relate this blog to the current weather conditions the racing world is battling; and appropriately as I’m writing this the ‘ Beast from the East ‘ has just hit West Somerset and we’re … Read more

Racing Groom Blog - Charlotte Jones

Blog 3 – Charlotte Jones

In July 2016, I went to the NRC for my course where I had to complete all the usual theory lessons, fitness tests and ride assessments. I was dreading jumping the fences, which everyone was asked if they were fine to jump and in desperation to … Read more

Blog 2 – Charlotte Jones

I went to and lived on an outstanding general equine college campus called Myerscough College when I was 16. This is where I completed my Level 3 Extended Diploma in Horse Management and also my NVQ2 in Horse Care and Management. I enjoyed this … Read more