2021 THE JOCKEY CLUB ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
WINNER: Rodi Greene 
RUNNERS-UP: Charlotte Mitchell & Eva Moscrop

Three finalists for the JETS Richard Davis Achievement Award were selected by the judging panel. Rodi Greene (Jockey Coach), Charlotte Mitchell (Thoroughbred Nutritionist) and Eva Moscrop (Coffee Shop Owner) were shortlisted from the original set of entries and former Jump jockey Rodi Greene won the £3000 prize.  Rodi retired from riding in 2011 after a career ending injury and from there established himself as a jockey coach, working with jockeys right from the beginning in pony racing through to winning Apprentice Championships.  Rodi has used his 23 years of experience as a jockey coach to guide jockeys through the ups and downs of their careers, always being available whether walking the course, schooling at home or over the phone giving race feedback.  He has coached some of racing's biggest names including Tom Marquand, Hollie Doyle, Lizzie Kelly and Harry Cobden but is equally passionate about every jockey he works with helping everyone be the best they can possibly be.

2021 IJF PROGRESS AWARD WINNER – KATHY BEGLEY

Former Apprentice jockey, Kathy Begley, had always been passionate about equine care and used JETS a huge amount during her riding career.  When she decided she wanted to become a vet, JETS supported her to carry out a fast track Chemistry A level which she did in one year, achieving the A* grade she needed to gain a place at Cambridge University to study Veterinary Medicine. 

2020 BHA CURRENT JOCKEY CPD AWARD WINNER - CHARLOTTE JONES

Charlotte has made huge progress with her Jockey Coach Brian Harding since she started as a Conditional with Jimmy Moffatt.  She has worked on all areas of fitness, strength and technique.  Out of the saddle, she's gained coaching and racehorse care qualifications and has also set up a Gin company with friends whilst also preparing for the future by investing in property and buying and selling ponies.