Bridget Andrews couldn’t care less about changing alongside men – it’s riding winners that counts. 

The Cheltenham Festival-winning jockey soared to success on board Mohaayed in the Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle two years ago, forming part of a wave of female riders that now includes the decorated likes of Bryony Frost and Rachael Blackmore.

But despite the increased acceptance of women in racing there remain some lingering remnants of a bygone era, with women still being required to use the male changing rooms to be weighed.

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