FORMER Albury apprentice Brodie Loy is set to take up the opportunity of a lifetime and link with world racing empire Godolphin.
Loy was riding at both days of the Wagga carnival and was excited by an impending move to the John O'Shea stable.
Loy is currently based with Warwick Farm trainer David Pfeiffer but will go to O’Shea on a three month loan after the Scone carnival.
Loy started out under his father Norm at Albury and has continued to go from strength to strength in his riding career.
Loy now has more than 130 winners to his name since scoring at his first race ride at Donald in October 2012.
Loy, who turned 18 in November, rode Ring Da Belle in Friday’s Wagga Gold Cup and finished a close up fifth for Paul Murray.
Loy rides at Saturday’s Hawkesbury Cup meeting.
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