George’s served his time as pupil-assistant to Mark Tompkins and assistant to Michael Bell. Those were times George will never forget. Not least because of his day-to-day involvement with Wigmore Hall, a two-time Grade 1 winner. George rode him out daily. It was in 2012 that George went to work for Eddie Kenneally in America, wanting to broaden his knowledge. He enjoyed increased responsibility during that year-long stint, as well as learning a different style of training. A move to California and the stables of Simon Callaghan proved to be short-lived as a call came from Lady Cecil ensuring George returned to England to serve for two years as assistant at the famous Warren Place Stables. It proved to be a tremendously rewarding period, especially with Noble Mission delivering three Group 1 victories, including a never-to-be-forgotten triumph in the Champion Stakes on British Champions’ Day. Good times and great times are dotted through George’s comparatively brief career to date. Now he plans to continue competing at a similarly high level but in his own name. It is a challenge that George Scott is eager to embrace in 2016 and beyond.