Carter Guest in May 27 Night School

Leading jockey to be a guest during Night School.

Q-Racing Journal

G.R. Carter Jr. aboard champion Kates Dynasty. PHOTO: Andrea Caudill

Three of horse racing’s most successful jockeys, including G.R. Carter Jr., will be guest instructors during this evening, May 27, Horseplayernow.com Night School, a free online handicapping educational class.

Tonight’s Night School focuses on jockeys, riding winners and winning angles.

Access the Night School website.

Carter on May 23 became American Quarter Horse racing’s all-time leading jockey by races won, with 3,632. He is already the sport’s leading rider by money earned (with more than $65 million) and by horses ridden (more than 22,900 starters).

Carter, a native of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, began riding in 1984. He is ten-times the AQHA champion jockey, and currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Jockey’s Guild Board of Directors. Carter was the recipient of the 2013 Sam Thompson Memorial Jockey Award, an award voted on by fellow jockeys and bestowed on a recipient whose personal character on and off the racetrack reflects positively on Quarter Horse racing.

Carter will be joined by two Thoroughbred jockeys, retired Hall of Famer and NBC analyst Jerry Bailey and active rider Shaun Bridgmohan, who is set to pilot Commanding Curve (TB) in the June 7 Belmont Stakes against Triple Crown contender California Chrome (TB).

Night School is the racing industry’s national online fan education program. Now in its fourth season, the free program uses lesson programs, radio simulcasts, video lessons and live chats to provide handicappers and fans with information.

Access the Night School website.

Running for 40 weeks during the year, Night School is online each Tuesday beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET through December 2. Night School is free and voluntary with no registration necessary. Simply visit any of the Night School syndicate websites weekly at 8:30 p.m. ET to take in the live lesson, or access the archives at any of those same sites at your leisure. The program does offer a voluntary registration both live or in the archives. Attendees who register in at least half (20) of the season’s lessons are eligible to win prizes.

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