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O.P. « 2007-Jun-20, 08:35 PM »
Singapore Licence For Michael Cahill

In Singapore, Australian rider Michael Cahill has been granted a 6-months visiting jockey's licence (commencing July 1). Cahill, 42, previously rode in Singapore in 1998 (when he notched 12 winners & 19 placings from 66 rides).

Cahill has ridden in Australia, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Malaysia & England for over 2,370 winners in a 25-years career. (Jun 20)

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« 2007-Jun-20, 08:37 PM Reply #1 »
New Singapore Licence Ronnie Stewart

Australian jockey Ronnie Stewart's new Singapore licence commences on August 1 & ends December 31. Stewart, 23, has ridden 23 winners & 35 placings so far this season (following 43 winners from the 2006 season).

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« 2007-Jun-21, 04:05 PM Reply #2 »
Cahill’s Singapore stint delayed  

Jo Adams - Singapore Turf Club
 
Australian rider Michael Cahill’s new stint in Singapore will be delayed by approximately four weeks as the jockey recovers from a hip injury.

Cahill’s six month visit was due to commence on July 1, but he is now not expected to arrive in Singapore until the end of July.

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« 2007-Aug-09, 05:36 PM Reply #3 »
Cahill cancels Kranji licence due to injury  

By Michael Lee    Singapore Turf Club
 
Australian jockey Michael Cahill will not be able to fulfill the terms of his new Singapore riding licence. The 42-year-old Brisbane rider had to regretfully request for the withdrawal of the six-month visiting jockey’s permit granted by the Singapore Turf Club as he has to undergo surgery of his injured left wrist.

Cahill was due to commence riding at Kranji on July 1, but initially put the stint on hold by four weeks in a bid to recover from a hip injury.

He was making good progress and had even started riding trackwork back home until he sustained that new injury which was diagnosed by his doctors as torn ligament and cartilage in the left wrist.

Cahill has expressed his wish to be given another chance to ride in Singapore once he has fully recovered.

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« 2007-Aug-29, 03:45 PM Reply #4 »
Jockeys invade Melbourne

Blake Shinn will ride in Melbourne on Saturday when racing resumes at Caulfield and the night meeting at Moonee Valley. Also booked for key rides are Darren Beadman and Hugh Bowman.

Beadman will ride four David Hayes trained runners at Caulfield and is hopeful of more rides at Moonee Valley. Bowman has five rides at Caulfield, including the Tim Martin trained Murtajill, Langborghini and Typhoon Zed.

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« 2007-Aug-29, 06:59 PM Reply #5 »
These guys are in for a shock:

Interstate jockeys must buy or borrow Victorian race gear
By Rob Burnet   ThroughbredNEWS Racing

Racing Victoria Ltd (RVL) and the Victorian Department of Primary Industries have imposed further bio-security measures on Sydney jockey’s riding in Victoria while he current equine influenza crisis continues.

Racing recommences in Melbourne on Saturday and a number of Sydney jockeys including Darren and Mitchell Beadman, and Hugh Bowman, have accepted rides over the weekend. South Australian Jason Taylor is also down to ride in Melbourne.

RVL chief steward Des Glesson advised on Wednesday that jockeys moving inter-state will now have to either buy new gear in Victoria, or borrow Victorian gear, to ride on Saturday.

This includes helmets, whips, saddles and boots

“We ask them to contact us 48 hours before the meeting, and they must be at the meeting two hours before the start of the meeting,” said Glesson.

In a separate bio-security measure New Zealand has banned Australian riders and stable employees from moving across the Tasman to work in the New Zealand industry until further notice.

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« 2007-Aug-30, 09:31 AM Reply #6 »
Des Gleeson has just reported on 927 that this is to be reviewed at a 9.30 meeting this morning after a positive overnight in Sydney.


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« 2007-Aug-30, 03:57 PM Reply #7 »
Sydney jockeys and trainers told to stay home
By Rob Burnet    ThoroughBRED Racing
 
Sydney jockeys and trainers have been advised by Racing Victoria Ltd that they will not be allowed to ride and attend the Melbourne Racing Club’s meeting at Caulfield on Saturday.

Racing Victoria chief steward Des Glesson said on Thursday that stewards had established that jockey’s Hugh Bowman and Darren Beadman had ridden at Randwick over the past two weeks.

Bowman had ridden track work at Randwick, and Beadman had ridden in trials on the track,

Initially the jockeys were asked to either purchase new gear in Melbourne, or borrow Victorian based gear, for riding at Caulfield on Saturday. They were also asked to present themselves at the race meeting two hours before the first race.

However, with the transfer of the equine influenza virus from Sydney’s Centennial Park stables one km across to the Randwick stables of Anthony Cummings thought to be from a track work rider who rode at Centennial Park and then went to Randwick last Saturday to ride work, Racing Victoria has taken a safe position on the jockeys travelling out of state.

Stewards have also spoken to inter-state trainers Anthony Cummings, Bart Cummings, Gary Portelli from Sydney, and Ron Maund from Queensland, and asked them to not attend the races at Caulfield.

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« 2007-Sep-14, 01:04 PM Reply #8 »
Danny Beasley granted six-month licence 

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Australian Danny Beasley will be the latest new jockey to boost the riding ranks at Kranji. The Singapore Turf Club has granted the 32-year-old Sydney-based rider a six-month visiting jockey’s licence which commences on 1 October 2007 and ends on 31 March 2008.

To date, Beasley, who is currently licensed by Racing New South Wales, has ridden close to 1200 winners, mainly for leading Sydney trainers Gai Waterhouse and Guy Walter. He was also the stable jockey for successful racehorse owner John Singleton.

Among his feature wins are 14 Group 1 races including the Golden Slipper (Polar Success), the Newmarket Handicap (Miss Pennymoney), the Doncaster Handicap and the Queen Elizabeth Stakes with the horse he probably had the best association with, Waterhouse’s brilliant galloper Grand Armee.

'I’m looking forward to it,” Beasley said.

“With the current climate in Sydney it couldn’t have come at a better time.

Beasley, who is married with two children, finished 11th with 26 wins in the 2006-2007 Sydney Metropolitan premiership and currently sits 6th with five wins.

In terms of overseas experience, Beasley has ridden in Hong Kong and Macau, and also enjoyed a brief stint in Ipoh, Malaysia in April 1999 when he rode two winners (including a dead-heat) from 13 rides. He also rode at one Kranji meeting in March 2002, finishing unplaced on Australian raider Bush Padre in the Singapore Classic which has since been discontinued. 

Beasley goes to scale at 53kgs.

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« 2007-Sep-20, 05:12 PM Reply #9 »
Darren Beadman is off to Hong Kong on Monday to ride for John Moore for three months.
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« 2007-Sep-20, 05:36 PM Reply #10 »
Darren Beadman is off to Hong Kong on Monday to ride for John Moore for three months.

 :o

This have anything to do with EI and all the problems surrounding it ?

What will happen to the rest of his spring carnival rides, i was hopeing he would stay with Marasco  :(

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« 2007-Sep-28, 06:23 PM Reply #11 »
Darren's son Mitch is coming to Melb next Tuesday to ride for John Hawkes at Kyneton I think it is....Good luck Mitch and look out for those Vic stewards. :look:

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« 2007-Sep-29, 10:29 PM Reply #12 »
Yes, they won't have quite the same attitude to you as the Sydney ones  ;)

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« 2007-Oct-14, 01:46 PM Reply #13 »
Mitch won a race yesterday at Werribee anyone know if it was his first in Vic??I haven't been watching or looking at results of midweek lately.

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« 2007-Oct-15, 01:33 PM Reply #14 »
port macquarie jockey marlon doelendo moved to Tasmania yesterday for good, good luck to him and his family.

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« 2007-Nov-20, 07:58 AM Reply #15 »
Darren Beadman is off to Hong Kong on Monday to ride for John Moore for three months.

Alan Aitken from the South China Posts writes that Darren Beadman may be riding again as early as next week after a remarkable escape from serious injury at Sha Tin on Saturday.  He sustained a hairline fracture to the fibula and a tear in the tendon.

He would want to get back as soon as possible to add to the 16 winners he's ridden so far.  Not sure how many of those have been for John Moore.

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« 2007-Nov-30, 09:38 AM Reply #16 »
Beadman will ride in Hong Kong until 1 July 08.  He has ridden 16 winners since his arrival early in October and is riding for John Moore's stable. He lost the prized ride on Viva Pataca in the Hong Kong Cup on Sunday week because the owner, Stanley Ho, wanted to stick with Michael Kinane, who has ridden the horse to several wins.

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« 2007-Dec-03, 07:46 PM Reply #17 »
South African jockey Jeff Lloyd, who recently emigrated to Australia, may soon be a welcome addition to the jockey ranks if Randwick, and former South African, trainer David Payne is right.

Payne says Lloyd, 46, sought out Payne for advice on resuming riding and the result is that Lloyd is riding trackwork at Randwick and may be race riding at Rosehill on Saturday.   Lloyd was the best of them all, which is high praise indeed. 


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« 2007-Dec-15, 06:47 AM Reply #18 »
Apprentice Matthew Palmer from QLD has five rides at Rosehill today and has his fingers crossed that he can break into the Sydney jockey ranks. The five races a

R1. Scores
R2. Kenny’s World
R3. Driveshaft
R5. Blood Angel
R8. Wesley Manor

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« 2008-Jan-24, 09:45 AM Reply #19 »
Danny Beasley riding in Singapore has had his riding licence renewed until the end of the 2008 year. His current visiting jockey's licence runs until March 31 and has had it extended by another 9 months.

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« 2008-Feb-13, 03:26 PM Reply #20 »
Former top NZ apprentice Patrick Holmes is now based at the Gold Coast.
Patrick is now a senior rider and has ridden around 200 winners including  Magic Cape whom he rode six times for three wins and two placings including victories in the G1 2000 Guineas at Riccarton and G3 Wellington Stakes at Trentham.
Patrick can be contacted for rides by calling Rob Tweedie 0417929079.

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« 2008-Feb-13, 04:48 PM Reply #21 »
Who's he riding for Gallopers ? Bruce Hill ??

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« 2008-Feb-15, 11:27 AM Reply #22 »
Shane Dye who is currently serving a seven-week suspension is returning to Sydney after he handed in his riding licence in Hong Kong today.  Dye has been riding in Hong Kong for the past seven seasons and family has been given as the reason for his return.




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« 2008-Feb-16, 09:32 AM Reply #23 »

Noel Callow is returning to ride at todays WA meeting.

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« 2008-Feb-16, 10:30 PM Reply #24 »
Aaaaggggghhhhhh!!  Was only just getting used to not have RS Dye here. Not a favourite jockey of mine and have probably missed out on a few good winners through refusing to put money on his mounts.

Stubborn old cuss, I know, but that's me.  :/


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