JockeyCam is a state-of-the-art broadcasting helmet camera, designed to deliver new levels of spectating to the equestrian sport by capturing a foot in the stirrup sensation.

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Previously featured on Channel 4, ITV and NBC, JockeyCam is designed specifically with equestrian sports in mind.  Weighing just 74g, including the strap, JockeyCam delivers full HD pictures and live broadcast streaming via radio frequency technology.

From the tactical decision-making process jockeys are faced with on race day, to a through the lens accuracy test event riders tackle during cross-country phase, JockeyCam offers audiences an in the saddle, first-hand perspective of the world’s top equestrian competitions.

JockeyCam launched onto the scene at the 2015 Grand National, strapped onto the helmet of jockey Leighton Aspell, who went on to win the prestigious race on-board Many Clouds.  Since then, JockeyCam has followed the likes of leading U.S jockey Mike Smith who wore the camera to victory at the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, top event rider William Fox-Pitt at Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials and Frankie Dettori at Royal Ascot. 

“I don't even realise I have it on". Mike Smith

Read the following Forbes article here about JockeyCam at the Breeders’ Cup World Championship in 2017.

Technical Specification

Working with our technology partners Lyte, JockeyCam has been manufactured and tailored for the equestrian industry.  The camera weighs 74g including the strap and has been cleared for safety and standards by the BHA.  It delivers full HD pictures at 1080p and is also capable of live broadcast ready streaming via RF technology at 1080i.