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Libby Hopwood knows a thing or two about winning. She was one of the top riders in the country before she retired in 2008. These days, she spends her time helping other people win—at the track. As the founder of The Thoroughbred School, she teaches aspiring jockeys the ins and outs of the sport.
What makes The Thoroughbred School unique is that it’s the only one of its kind in the country. Libby founded it in 2008 after noticing a lack of formal training opportunities for jockeys. The school offers a comprehensive program that covers all aspects of horse racing, from basic riding skills to race strategy.
Since its inception, The Thoroughbred School has graduated dozens of successful jockeys, including several who have gone on to win major races. In addition to the instructional program, the school also provides mentorship and support to its students, many of whom come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
For Libby, the school is about more than just teaching people how to ride a horse. It’s about helping them achieve their dreams, no matter what they may be. “I’ve seen too many kids who have been told they can’t do something,” she says. “I want to help them realize that anything is possible.”
How Much Does a Horse Jockey Make?
A jockey is a professional horse rider who competes in horse races. They are typically very small and light, so that they can be more agile in the saddle. Jockeys make a profession out of horse racing by riding horses in races for a living. They are typically paid a fee for each race, and may also receive a percentage of the purse if they win. In some cases, they may also receive a bonus if they win a championship or a major race.