Beating closest rival Darren Egan by two clear winners, Amy finished her season with a total of 40.
Britain's leading female jockey Hayley Turner, who tied for the apprentice title in 2005, presented Amy with the trophy.
I agree that it is only a matter of time before a female jockey wins a classic. More and more women are coming into horse racing for a career and are constantly moving towards the top of the pack, as Amy has shown.
Barriers have been broken in the sport for female jockeys and I hope that they will continue to be.
It is about faith and patience in racing. A jockey needs a good horse and trainer to help towards big titles and now more female jockeys are getting just that.
Amy's success is a delight to see and I hope that she, along with Hayley, will encourage more girls to take up the sport who may even compete professionally in the future.
Watch this space.