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Media, News PremiershipsRace Diary InformationNSW Race ClubsIndustry Forms Stakes PaymentRules, Policies WHSGuide to RacingEveryone deserves a second chance and jockey Brodie Loy says he’s motivated not to waste his.What the 22 year old hoop has to prove is that the Brodie Loy of today is someone who has learned from his mistakes, now that he has claimed ownership of them, and is determined to put his talent to good use.Jockey Brodie Loy has been working hard on his fitness in preparation for a comeback from an 18 month ban.There was a moment, a short time after the reality of being thrown out of racing for 18 months sunk in, Loy woke up to himself.”I could definitely feel myself going off the rails but accepting that I was is a different story,” he said.”I went out one night and I woke up a couple of days later and went ‘this is not for me, this is ruining my body and I’m losing control’.”I had no one to turn to and my family were on the brink of saying this is enough. I think I had no purpose, I lost myself and was just partying too much and got caught in the end.”On Friday, Loy will have his first race rides since February 2018 having served a 12 month disqualification handed down by stewards for giving false evidence and another six months on drug related charges.Three further months of his suspension was stayed upon completion of drug counselling so Loy returns to race riding knowing he’s on notice.”I panicked and didn’t think of the consequences beforehand. I tried to see if I could somehow manoeuvre so I didn’t get into any strife,” Loy said.”That was stupid on my behalf.