STEP ONE STARTS HERE
Northern Racing College (NRC) provides a responsive centre of training excellence within the north, identifying, encouraging and nurturing talent, particularly within young people.
NRC’s wide range of courses specifically cater for the staffing needs of the British racing industry. We are a winning team. With 94% of our Foundation Course students going on to exciting careers in the horse racing industry, many of whom continue their education with NRC during their employment.
In only 12 weeks you could be qualified to work in the horse racing industry. Our team can help you achieve your potential. Be part of the NRC’s winning alumni of success!
WE TRAIN STAFF FOR THE HORSERACING INDUSTRY
These include some of the world’s greatest racing professionals including multiple group 1 winners Adrian Nicholls and Hayley Turner.
Northern Racing College is renowned for consistently developing exceptional staff now enjoying exciting, varied careers within the industry.
“My experience at Northern Racing College was fantastic, it set me up perfectly for a career in a sport I love.”Adrian Nicholls
Looking to get started with a career in racing? The Northern Racing College is the best place to start. Click the button below to start your career.
MULTIPLE GROUP 1 WINNERBetfred Sprint Cup, GR.1
Prix Maurice De Gheest, GR.1
John Smith’s Northumberland Plate (Heritage Handicap CL.2)
Shadewell Stakes, GR.1
Level 3 diploma in work based racehorse care & management.
FLAT JOCKEYRecorded 182 career wins.
Level 2 diploma in work based racehorse care.
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