During his time at Will Adams Caleb was adamant that he was going to become a jockey. He had been riding for a few years and had been taught to Vault through by a number of riding instructors. During his time at the centre and Caleb attended Squirrels Riding School once a week. He achieved his BHS Level 1, as well as a number of other qualifications. After leaving the Centre he completed a 14 week course at Jockey school in Newmarket, which resulted in him being selected for an apprenticeship at a well-known training year. Since leaving the centre Caleb has achieved his Level 1 Diploma in Work Based Racehorse Care and Riding and Level 2 certificate in the Principles of Horse Care.
Caleb’s day starts at 5am with yard duties, horse care and riding up to 5 horses each morning. He gets a break for a few hours during the afternoon and then he is back at 4pm stabling, rugging, skipping out and feeding the horses to settle them down for the night. He is expected to work 5 days a week, however he chooses to work 7 days as he says, “He is living his dream.”