Adam Kirby served his apprenticeship with Michael Wigham in Newmarket and was successful on his first ride when Broughton Knows scored at Lingfield on 1 October 2004. The sprint handicapper Out After Dark gave him some of his earliest significant victories, including the 2005 Portland Handicap ... ...Read More
Daniel Tudhope grew up in Irvine, Ayrshire in Scotland. His family has no connections with racing and he had not considered a career as a jockey until it was suggested to him by a careers advisor. He is a graduate of the Northern Racing College and started ... ...Read More
Shane Kelly was champion apprentice in Ireland in 1998, beating top-class jockey and future flatmate Jamie Spencer in the process. After suffering a broken ankle in 1999, Kelly decided to cross the Irish Sea in 2000, linking up with Newmarket handlers Barney Curley, Luca Cumani and ... ...Read More
Six-time Champion Jockey in the UK between 1997-2003 and widely regarded as one of the greatest Flat jockeys of modern times. “King Kieren” to his fans. The winner of 16 Classics, including an Oaks-Derby double in 2004 on Ouija Board and North Light. Dogged by controversy, ... ...Read More
Like so many jockeys, Graham Gibbons served his apprenticeship with Reg Hollinshead and rode his first winner on Running For Me at Southwell on 8 May 2000. In recent seasons, Gibbons has established himself as one of the the leading jockeys based in the North and ... ...Read More
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Time Test flew the flag for the Notebook at Royal Ascot and his victory at 15/8 in the Group 3 Tercentenary Stakes was arguably the performance of the week. ...
Trainer Andreas Wohler had to scratch his unbeaten son of Cape Cross from attempting to complete a Classic double this weekend after he sustained an injury on M...
MUSSELBURGH: 6.15 Jan Smuts, 6.45 Welford, 7.15 Lacerta, 7.45 Lolamotion, 8.15 Go Go Green, 8.45 True Pleasure, 9.15 Our Time Will Come. PONTEFRACT: 2.30 Est...