"Cool Hand Luke" as he is known has
ridden over 1,500 winners around the world. Terry's early years as a
jockey were spent in Australia where his wins included Group races. He has
globe galloped since, having spent many years riding in Singapore,
Malaysia and England. He won all the classics in Singapore, including 2
Gold Cups. In England he has also won big races, including the Magnet Cup
(York) and Bunbury Cup (Newmarket). "Wombat" or "Lucazade"
as he is known in the yard has a cool head and experience which are widely
respected amongst his fellow professionals.
Paul joined from Pat Haslam's yard just before
the start of the 2003 flat season. He rode his first winner for us at
Beverley in April 2003 when he guided Trouble Mountain to victory. He has
established himself as one of the North of England's best apprentices.
Paul nominates Nowell House as his favourite horse at the yard, having
guided him to victory twice in 2003 and picking up over £13,000
prizemoney. Paul has also won aboard Strong Hand, Blue Spinnaker,
William's Well and Acomb.
Flat jockey - Weight: 7st
'Dale the Dictionary' is a superb light-weight
jockey, and his knowledge of the form book is quite remarkable. Dale
completed his first treble at Beverley in July 2002 riding Cat's Whiskers,
Lago and Lough Bow to victory at cumulative odds of 2676-1.
National Hunt jockey - Weight:
Top national hunt jockey Richard McGrath rides
most of our jumpers. Richard rides with a long leg and is very
effective! Richard is seen here riding Silver Socks at Wetherby.
Amateur jockey -
Weight: 10 st
Thomas Greenall, son of Lord Daresbury, has some big shoes to fill but
he's making a real name for himself as a successful amateur jockey. Tom
had his first win for the yard aboard Gudlage at Pontefract on the flat in
August, and has since won over jumps aboard the same horse at Newcastle in
November. Tom rode his first double at Wetherby on Easter Monday 2003 when
guiding Gastornis and that old rogue Noshinannikin to victory. Tom is
proving himself to be one of the top amateurs on the circuit!
- Weight: 14st 7lb (!!)
David is now in semi-retirement, so can enjoy the
pork pies without having to worry about his weight! In the past David has
ridden over 30 point-to-point winners. He's also been the champion
Yorkshire jockey for the past 2 years. As well as respresenting the Mick
Easterby yard, David is a successful point-to-point trainer in his own
right, with Silver Groom amongst his best known winners.
Lady jockey - Weight: 9st
Serena has established herself as a very well
respected lady jockey. Serena's winners for the yard include Golden Chance
and Beau Sauvage. Serena also boasts two wins in the Queen Mothers Cup at
York, on Flower O'Cannie  and Sporting Gesture . Her
particular expertise is point-to-point. Serena combines her career as a
jockey with her work as a solicitor. In July 2002 Serena was named as the
Champagne Victor Lady of the Month for three winning rides at Ascot,
Beverley and Pontefract.