Video Shout-Out from Clare Lindop

FirstAus female Jockey MelbCup

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About me

  • Horse Racing
  • Jockey

Clare Lindop's life changed in 2003 when she became the first Australian woman to ride in the Melbourne Cup.  

Clare's journey as a professional jockey started in 1995 in Warrnambool, country Victoria. With no family or background in horses, Clare’s passion for horses started with her love of animals and living on a hobby farm in Wangoom. Clare learnt to ride at the St Marys Pony Farm at the age of 10.

Moving to Adelaide’s Morphettville Racecourse in 1999 to complete her apprenticeship, Clare learnt how to compete with the best, her pursuit of excellence resulted in life long work ethic resilience resulting in mixing it with the best in racing for over 20 years. 

In November 2008- Clare rode 100 to 1 shot "Rebel Raider" to victory in the Group 1 -VRC Derby, creating history and starting the path for female jockeys.

Clare’s career has been blessed by great mentors and memorable moments. From humble beginnings Clare rose to the top of her game, overcoming injuries and disappointments to become one of the most consistent jockeys in South- Australian Racing for the past two decades.

Clare recently retired from her professional racing career, with three SA Metropolitan Jockey Premierships, 4 Group 1 wins- including the Adelaide Cup- and has ridden 1432 winners in Australia and abroad.

For further information and images: www.clarelindop.com.au

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