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Berry ripe to juice some winners at Warwick Farm

February 17, 2012

The end of a jockey’s time as an apprentice is typically a career defining moment; it is a time where dreams are made and broken, where hard work either pays off or results in more struggle any many miles on the road.

Fortuitously, for Sydney jockey Tommy Berry, the end of his apprenticeship has seen his career go from strength to strength.

Berry, who has only just turned 21, already has two Magic Millions Classic victories to his name and is the lightweight jockey of choice for champion trainer Gai Waterhouse. At a time when there are a number of outstanding young jockeys (including Tommy’s twin Nathan) among the Sydney ranks, Berry stands out from the pack. However, this weekend’s Warwick Farm meeting presents as a watershed moment for the young jockey as he readies himself for a number of top mounts.

To read more, click the following link: http://www.theshark.com.au/news/2012/02/17/berry-ripe-to-juice-some-winners-at-warick-farm

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