As an up and coming jockey, Jane Elliott is rapidly improving her prospects of achieving her dream to turn professional. Based at Manor House Stables (MHS) near Malpas in Cheshire, 24 year old Jane has established herself as a successful apprentice jockey and sits third in the Apprentice Championship at the time of writing.
To help Jane get around the country Adams Morey, one of the most successful commercial vehicle distributors in the United Kingdom, has sponsored her with a Vauxhall Insignia car. Adams Morey has recently become a part of the Greenhous Group stable.Greenhous is one of the leading independent motor dealers in the UK. Greenhous Chief Executive Derek Passant has horses residing at MHS and trained by leading trainer Tom Dascombe and his team.
Jane is originally from Lincoln and has been a jockey for 5 years.Earlier this year she joined MHS and has proved to be an exciting prospect gaining a number of visits to the Winner’s Enclosure for owners. Jane commented that Chester is among her favourite courses.Earlier this year she was successful in the Boodles May Festival at Chester with significant victories on Sha La La La Lee and She Can Boogie.“My ambition is to be the best jockey I can be and make it to be a successful professional rider”, commented Jane.
Tom Dascombe is rightfully proud of Jane’s progress whilst with MHS saying: “Girls are making a name for themselves in racing.At Royal Ascot we saw Hayley Turner become the first female winner at the festival since 1987.Jane is treated the same as all of the lads here.She is a jockey first and foremost and is judged by her hard work and success at meetings.Her future is bright.”
Jane is pictured with Tom Dascombe holding Gifted Ruler one of Derek Passant’s horses and Managing Director of Adams Morey, Kevin Swinnerton.The Vauxhall Insignia will be of immense help to Jane in her traversing of the country in pursuit of continuing to increase her winning tally and her reputation as one of the brightest young jockeys on the circuit.