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Australia will add plenty of flavour to the 2012 World Super Jockeys Series in Japan with Melbourne’s top jockey Craig Williams and Hong Kong based Zac Purton among the fifteen riders to compete over the two days racing at Tokyo this weekend.
Top New Zealand jockey James McDonald‘s Hong Kong season has ended after being suspended for returning a positive drug test to diuretics and will commence his time out after Sunday’s Sha Tin’s meeting.
The talented Kiwi jockey pleaded guilty …
Australian jockey Zac Purton hopes to continue on his winning way at Sha Tin on Sunday in the The Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint.
Purton is back aboard the Danny Chum trained Little Bridge in the HK$4.5m 1200m Sprint replacing French jockey Gerald Mosse.
Mosse has ridden Little Bridge at his last three starts including a …
Former Queensland jockey Zac Purton continues his climb up the Hong Kong Jockey Club jockey’s table with a winning treble at Happy Valley last night.
Purton moved into third spot with 24 wins for the season, one win behind fellow Australian Brett Prebble, but both boys are along way behind international Douglas Whyte who is …
Top Australian jockey Luke Nolen is looking to win the international jockey’s challenge in Japan this weekend in what would be a brilliant end to the year.
The jockey will leave Japan shortly after the challenge and fly to Hong Kong where he will contest another jockey’s challenge on Wednesday.
Nolen is eagerly anticipating his …
As many would have expected Australian jockey Zac Purton has confirmed that he will appeal the massive $HK300,000 fine handed down to him during the week.
The sum of money is equivalent to over $35,000 Australian dollars, the same as some people’s annual …
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