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JETS, PJA and the IJF have received a £2.3 million five year grant from the Racing Foundation to support mental health, coaching and jockey athlete ambassadors.
Trainee Sports Psychologist Aodhagan Conlon has won The Jockey Club Achievement Award at this yera's Awards held on November 17.
"I use a whole range of skills in my new role that I didn’t have before. JETS helped me develop them, I went on a range of courses which has helped me progress in my new role and get me where I am today."
Lisa Delany has been a massive help all the way through. From deciding what course to do, where to do it, applications and personal statements, all the way through to securing the scholarship from JETS, who kindly contributed 50% of my tuition fees.
"Adrian’s contribution during his time with us as an instructor, his dedication to horses and the sport and his exciting career story illustrate perfectly why the NRC has been and remains keen to work with JETS to identify, recruit and employ suitable former jockeys."