Interview: HAYLEY MOORE Hayley Moore was born into the horse racing industry, her grandfather and father both trained and rode. She sat her GCSE’s in the morning then rode her first winner at Brighton in the afternoon. Since then she’s gone on to be successful as a lady jockey, won a commentating contest, learned production and presenting in the media where she now works with At The Races and became an overnight global sensation when filmed catching a loose horse at Chepstow. Meeting Hayley Moore.
HAYLEY MOORE (part 1 of 2)
Presenter, jockey and female commentator competition winner Hayley Moore talks about her early life living with older brothers Jamie, Ryan and younger brother Josh and being surrounded by horses. Pony racing and showjumping, her first ride, a winning one, at Brighton Racecourse the afternoon after sitting her GCSE’s, winning the Longines Ladies race twice, having a famous horse racing family. She also talks opportunities for female riders and her ambitions for the future.
HAYLEY MOORE (part 2 of 2)
In part two Hayley Moore talks about winning the ‘Filly Factor’ commentating contest in 2011 and why she didn’t pursue it as a career. Her new vocation in front of the camera after having studied production, working in Australia, her highlights so far. Becoming a world famous celebrity after ‘that’ catch at Chepstow which made news headlines around the globe and her advice for anyone wishing to break into the horse racing industry.
Simon Nott is author of:
Skint Mob! Tales from the Betting Ring