The Jockey Forum

Streamed Exclusively on

Sunday 24th March, 20:00 – 20:30

Delivering Insights and Understanding on Jockey Technique and Race Riding.



The Jockey Forum brings leading rider and recently appointed stable jockey to the powerful Jessica Harrington Stable Shane Foley and Jockey Coach Warren O’Connor to deliver insights and understanding on the role of the jockey.

Jockey Technique and Race Riding will be scrutinised and our panel will deliver insights and a point of view on how they operate at the highest level and why they are amongst the best protagonists of their trade.

Topics discussed on The Jockey Forum will include Tools of the Trade, High Performance Culture, Health, Fitness, Nutrition, Style, Tactics and how jockeys get horses to achieve peak performance and win.

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A lifelong racing enthusiast and founding partner of SUNDAY, Darren takes the host seat for our inaugural Jockey Forum.

Looking through the eyes of an enthusiastic fan, Darren is best placed to ask questions to illicit the most insightful responses from Shane and Warren.

His motivation will be to help the viewer takeaway insights which help them enjoy racing through a different perspective.


As a dual Classic winning jockey Shane has tasted success on the biggest stage.

Victory onboard Jet Setting and Romanised in the Irish Guineas set him apart from his peers as one of the few jockeys not connected with the Aidan O’Brien stable to have secured victory in a domestic Classic in the 21st century.

Shane is the retained rider for Zhang Yufeng of Yulong Investments.


Warren started his love affair with riding horses aged 5, progressing to become a jockey when he was 16 years old.

During a riding career that spanned over two decades he rode many top winners around the world and was crowned Champion Apprentice, Warren is now using that experience and knowledge to coach the next generation of riders as a fully qualified Jockey Coach.

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