As student Jessie Dachtler held the reins, Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron dried a horse after a workout at the North American Racing Academy. The academy founded by McCarron is known as a "jockey school," but it is widening its focus to become a work-force development school for trainers and farms.
As student Jessie Dachtler held the reins, Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron dried a horse after a workout at the North American Racing Academy. The academy founded by McCarron is known as a "jockey school," but it is widening its focus to become a work-force development school for trainers and farms. Herald-Leader
As student Jessie Dachtler held the reins, Hall of Fame jockey Chris McCarron dried a horse after a workout at the North American Racing Academy. The academy founded by McCarron is known as a "jockey school," but it is widening its focus to become a work-force development school for trainers and farms. Herald-Leader

Successful 'jockey school' expanding to include horseman training

March 26, 2012 12:00 AM