BALDIVIS jockey Clint Johnson-Porter won equal first in the 2018 Best All Round Apprentice award at the Apprentice Jockeys and Thoroughbred Racing awards across regional WA on September 27.
The awards were held at a gala ceremony at the Westin Perth.
Johnson-Porter shared the accolade with apprentice Andrew Castle.
Johnson-Porter is from a racing family and his father is a jockey.
He started his apprenticeship when he was just 15-years-old in July 2013. His race riding career started with host Adam Durrant nine-months later and he quickly developed into an accomplished apprentice jockey.
Johnson-Porter represented WA in the National Apprentice Jockey Challenge in Victoria, riding a winner for WA for the powerful Hayes Dabernig training partnership at Sandown.
He developed into a leading apprentice jockey (Leading Metropolitan Apprentice 2016-7 racing season) and outrode his claim in December 2017.
Johnson-Porter has made the transition to senior rider with continued success.
He was unable to attend the awards. An unfortunate trackwork injury has put him on the sidelines for six months and he is holidaying in Europe while he recovers.