Conditional jockey Noel George harbours hopes of becoming a racehorse trainer in the future

Among the setbacks and uncertainty of jump racing, two young jockeys are proving the journey to becoming fully-fledged professionals can be a success in itself.

Conditional jump jockey Rex Dingle, 22, broke his neck last year in what turned out to be a fatal fall for the horse Soulsaver, just as he was showing signs he might challenge for the top amateur accolade- the British Champion Conditional Jump Jockey award.

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