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'Starting to wear thin': Inside the diary of a jockey racing in isolation

Caden Helmers
By Caden Helmers
Updated September 3 2021 - 8:04am, first published 8:00am
Brodie Loy is travelling more than 4000 kilometres in a week to make ends meet as a jockey in country NSW. Picture: The Border Mail

Brodie Loy has no idea where he will spend the night as his car rattles along the New England Highway, leaving Tamworth in its wake.

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Caden Helmers

Caden Helmers

Sports Journalist

My passion for journalism can be traced back to Mighty Ducks match reports and reading the Sunday paper with my old man. A love of sport turned into a passion for telling stories, breaking news and being a reliable voice.

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