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British flat racing Champion Apprentice

The Champion Apprentice of flat racing in Great Britain is the apprentice jockey who has ridden the most winning horses (both turf and all-weather) during the flat turf season[1]. The list below shows the Champion Apprentice and the number of winners for each year since 1922.


  • 1922 - R. A. Jones - 58
  • 1923 - Charlie Elliott - 89
  • 1924 - Charlie Elliott - 106
  • 1925 - Charles Smirke - 70
  • 1926 - Charles Smirke - 71
  • 1927 - Sam Wragg - 38
  • 1928 - G. Baines / L. Cordell - 33
  • 1929 - C. Adley - 35
  • 1930 - J. Simpson - 28
  • 1931 - Fred Rickaby - 44
  • 1932 - Fred Rickaby - 37
  • 1933 - Eph Smith - 52
  • 1934 - Eph Smith - 36
  • 1935 - Eph Smith - 76
  • 1936 - W. Wing - 37
  • 1938 - G. Wells - 27
  • 1939 - K. Mullins - 29
  • 1940 - G. Littlewood - 13
  • 1941 - K. Mullins - 9
  • 1942 - K. Mullins - 7
  • 1943 - Joe Sime - 5
  • 1944 - Joe Sime - 9
  • 1945 - Durr / Gosling - 10
  • 1946 - Joe Sime - 40
  • 1947 - Dennis Buckle - 20
  • 1948 - Dennis Buckle - 25
  • 1949 - Willie Snaith - 31
  • 1954 - Edward Hide - 53
  • 1955 - Peter Robinson - 46
  • 1956 - Edward Hide - 75
  • 1958 - P. Boothman - 37
  • 1959 - Bobby Elliott - 27
  • 1960 - Bobby Elliott - 39
  • 1961 - B. Lee - 52
  • 1962 - Bruce Raymond - 13
  • 1963 - David Yates - 24
  • 1964 - Paul Cook - 46
  • 1965 - Paul Cook - 62
  • 1966 - Sandy Barclay - 71
  • 1967 - Ernie Johnson - 39
  • 1968 - Coates / Dicey - 40
  • 1969 - Clive Eccleston - 41
  • 1970 - Philip Waldron - 59
  • 1972 - R. Edmondson - 45
  • 1973 - Steve Perks - 41
  • 1974 - Alan Bond - 40
  • 1975 - Alan Bond - 66
  • 1976 - David Dineley - 54
  • 1977 - Jimmy Bleasdale - 67
  • 1981 - Bryn Crossley - 45
  • 1982 - Billy Newnes - 57
  • 1985 - Carter / Ryan - 37
  • 1986 - Gary Carter - 34
  • 1987 - Gary Bardwell - 27
  • 1988 - Gary Bardwell - 39
  • 1992 - David Harrison - 56
  • 1993 - David Harrison - 40
  • 1994 - Stephen Davies - 45
  • 1996 - Dane O'Neill - 79
  • 1997 - Royston Ffrench - 77
  • 1998 - Carl Lowther - 72
  • 1999 - Robert Winston - 49
  • 2000 - Lee Newman - 87
  • 2001 - Chris Catlin - 71
  • 2002 - Paul Hanagan - 81
  • 2007 - Greg Fairley - 65
  • 2008 - Buick / Probert - 50
  • 2009 - Frederik Tylicki - 60


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