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Offline Sporty

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« 2009-Jan-22, 04:02 PM Reply #25 »
jealous Ex Dud more like it

riding trackwork at the Gold Coast doesnt really qualify you as a full on jockey does it ?....more a rider in my opinion...


you still trying to sell shares in no hopers to gullible people...what a laugh you are...don't you ever try & bring me down you big dope...i've done more in my life & what you'll ever dream of ...you ugly big dope..
« Last Edit: 2009-Sep-04, 07:48 AM by Sporty »

Offline westie

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« 2009-Jan-22, 04:58 PM Reply #26 »
Hijacking threads is a no no, keep it to the subject matter please.

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« 2009-Jan-22, 05:52 PM Reply #27 »
quitting - effective straight away....sounds like there might be something more to this story...

anyone know anything further ?

nothing sinsiter, spke to him bout half an hour ago...........he's just had a gutfull of wasting

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« 2009-Jan-23, 11:14 AM Reply #28 »
that dont make sense isnt he gonna have to waste just the same here in OZ
or is he not riding

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« 2009-Jan-25, 10:19 PM Reply #29 »
Someone did mention at the track yesterday that King Callow has been signed up by TVN to do some commentary.

Only time will tell

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« 2009-Jan-27, 10:38 AM Reply #30 »
Noel has always thought of himself pretty highly. Wonder how mnay of those Callow bobbleheads he has laeft from a few years back.  :lol:

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« 2009-Apr-23, 01:59 PM Reply #31 »
Date of Birth: 26/02/75

Marital status (children if applicable): Married to Renee and children Zack and Stacey

Details of first ride: Count Cardinal for Eddie Laing at Moe - ran unplaced

Details of first winner: Loving Joy at Pakenham. I remember trainer before the race asking how many winners I'd ridden. When I said none, he told the owners - halve the bet!

Biggest win: Victoria Derby with Benicio in Australia and Emirates Singapore Derby with Top Spin in Singapore

Best horse seen: Empire Rose

Favourite track: Kranji

Favourite food: Japanese

Favourite drink: Vodka, pink dragon

Most respected opponent: Group One Gavin McKeon

Most respected sportsman outside racing: Nick Davis

Worst habit: Orchard Towers

Any superstitions: Not talking to stewards before the first race

Favourite sporting team: Western Bulldogs

Biggest hobby outside racing: Wakeboarding

Best thing about being a jockey: Showering after the races together!

Worst thing about being a jockey: Injuries and wasting

If you weren't a jockey, you'd most likely be a....: Taxi driver in Singapore

Cyberhorse 2009 Greg Irvine Published 04/08/08

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« 2009-Apr-23, 05:16 PM Reply #32 »

Best thing about being a jockey: Showering after the races together!


 :what: :what:

  :lol:

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« 2009-Apr-23, 06:32 PM Reply #33 »
Jockey showers...

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« 2009-Apr-23, 06:45 PM Reply #34 »
Wish Orchard Towers was a habit of mine.

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« 2009-Apr-23, 06:57 PM Reply #35 »
Best horse seen: Empire Rose.....Always said this boke wasn't the full quid..fancy coming out with that shit... :nowink: :nowink:

Most respected opponent: Group One Gavin McKeon......and coming out with  this also another  :censored:  he is... :yes: :yes: :yes:
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« 2009-Apr-24, 09:52 AM Reply #36 »
Best horse seen: Empire Rose.....Always said this boke wasn't the full quid..fancy coming out with that shit... :nowink: :nowink:

Most respected opponent: Group One Gavin McKeon......and coming out with  this also another  :censored:  he is... :yes: :yes: :yes:


thes Q & A's were done by Greg from virtualformguide as a bit of fun, get over yourself Sporty

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« 2009-Apr-24, 09:58 AM Reply #37 »
Best horse seen: Empire Rose.....Always said this boke wasn't the full quid..fancy coming out with that shit... :nowink: :nowink:

Most respected opponent: Group One Gavin McKeon......and coming out with  this also another  :censored:  he is... :yes: :yes: :yes:
  irrespective of the above i am with sporty, N Callow has more wraps on himself
than KFC sell in a year,

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« 2009-Apr-24, 10:01 AM Reply #38 »
King Callow to you guys  ;)

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« 2009-Apr-24, 10:19 AM Reply #39 »
King Callow to you guys  ;)
   :lol:   :lol:   1 Thing i do know is the bloke can ride that is for sure,

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« 2009-Apr-24, 10:24 AM Reply #40 »

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« 2009-Apr-24, 10:25 AM Reply #41 »
Orchard Towers (Chinese: 豪杰大厦) AKA "Four Floors of Whores"

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« 2009-Apr-24, 12:59 PM Reply #42 »

thes Q & A's were done by Greg from virtualformguide as a bit of fun, get over yourself Sporty

I love me...who do you love... :p

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« 2009-Jun-15, 01:36 PM Reply #43 »
Callow In Trouble In Malaysia
Monday, 15 June 2009: Australian jockey Noel Callow was stood down from riding engagements in Kuala Lumpur over the weekend after returning an irregularity in a swab sample.
 

Sources report that Callow was extremely unhappy about the result of the urine sample, which is believed to show traces of the banned substances Ephedrine and Phentermine.

Callow returned to race riding last week at the Selangor Turf Club meeting in Kuala Lumpur after a break to overcomne weight problems and rode four winners from seven mounts on JUne 6 and 7. The sample was taken from him that weekend.

He missed riding the winner of Saturday's Kenilworth Cup after being stood down from riding.

Callow is due back in Australia today.

A steward report stated that a sample taken from Callow detected the presence of “Ephedrine and Phentermine”.

An inquiry into this report will be held on a date to be fixed.

MRA stewards are renwowned for their tough line and have banned jockeys after positive drug tests for between three months and 12 months in the last two weeks.

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« 2009-Jun-15, 01:54 PM Reply #44 »
Noel, Whats doing  :nowink: :nowink: :nowink:

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« 2009-Jun-16, 12:40 PM Reply #45 »
from heraldsun

LEADING jockey Noel Callow's comeback is in limbo after he returned an irregularity in Malaysia this month.

Callow, just two meetings and four winners from seven rides into his return, has been stood down pending the results of the "B" sample.

Malaysian stewards told Callow at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday that a urine sample taken the previous weekend contained traces of banned substances ephedrine and phentermine.

Callow is bewildered by the positive result given he has taken the same herbal supplement for five years.

He said he took two capsules daily without a hint of any problem.

"I was tested 10, 15 times minimum in Singapore. I've been tested in Australia," Callow said.

"It's never been an issue and now I'm scratching my head. I don't know if they've changed their levels.

"All I know is that I haven't done anything different."

Under Malaysian rules, Callow is unable to ride until the completion of the stewards' inquiry.

Clearly frustrated, he said he didn't know when the inquiry would resume or what his fate would be.

"I have a wife and two children," he said. "In the past six months, I've worked two days.

"I suppose I'm going to have to apply for a job at Bunnings."

After dominating Singapore racing - he was leading rider for two years - Callow returned home in the spring because of weight problems.

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« 2009-Jul-20, 07:31 PM Reply #46 »
Callow free to resume riding career
Monday, 20 July 2009:

Noel Callow is free to resume his riding career after being cleared by Malaysian stewards who stood him down due to an irregularity in a drug test.

Callow will resume riding at the Bletchingly Stakes meeting at Caulfield on Saturday week.

A urine sample taken from Callow in Malaysia last month showed an irregularity to two banned substances.

Subsequent tests on Callow's B sample by an independent laboratory were clear and he was told by Malaysian stewards on Monday he could resume riding.

They stood Callow down from rides in Kuala Lumpur on June 13 after traces of the prohibited substances ephedrine and phentermine were found.

The leading jockey was two meetings into a comeback after a six month break and had ridden four winners from seven rides.

Reece Murphy, who manages Callow, said he would be able to ride at around 55.5kg to 56kg when he resumes at the first metropolitan meeting of the new season.

The effervescent jockey was dubbed "King Callow" by his army of followers when he was leading rider in Singapore for two seasons.

He became the first jockey to reach the 100-winner milestone in Singapore, riding a record 106 winners in his first season there in 2007.

Callow quit Singapore in January because he was struggling with his weight and he returned to Victoria where he tried his hand at media commentary.

Before leaving Australia, Callow had ridden three Group One winners - In Top Swing in the 2003 Caulfield Guineas, Al Maher in the 2004 Australian Guineas and Benicio in the 2005 Victoria Derby.

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« 2009-Jul-21, 09:19 AM Reply #47 »
YAY  :clap2: welcome back Kwok Lo  :)

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« 2009-Jul-28, 11:41 AM Reply #48 »
mmm must be too fat  ;)

Callow puts Melbourne comeback on hold
Brad Waters
Monday, 27 July 2009


Jockey Noel Callow's comeback to race riding has been delayed by a week.

Callow was scheduled to resume riding at Saturday’s meeting at Caulfield after competing with great success in Asia for the past few years.

His manager Reece Murphy said Callow wanted an extra week to gain further fitness for his return to the saddle which will now be at Flemington’s Aurie’s Star Handicap meeting on August 8.

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« 2009-Aug-05, 11:03 AM Reply #49 »
Callow prepares for Sunday return to saddle
Brad Waters
Wednesday, 5 August 2009


Melbourne’s already imposing jockey ranks will be further strengthened on Sunday with the return of international jockey Noel Callow.

Danny Nikolic has made an immediate impact on the resumption of his Victorian riding career and the addition of Callow’s name to a list containing the likes of Damien Oliver, Craig Williams, Brad Rawiller, Dwayne Dunn and Glen Boss underlines the current depth of the Melbourne’s riding stocks.

Callow’s manager Reece Murphy said Callow would take rides at 57kg and over as he gets back to full fitness following a six-month layoff after suddenly finishing his outstanding Asian stint.

“We decided ease back into it on Sunday and hopefully Noel can get off to a flyer,” Murphy said.

Callow looked sharp at Monday’s Cranbourne trials, riding in eight heats including the first five in succession and showed he has lost none of his skill in the saddle.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back into it,” Callow said. “I’m feeling fit and strong and hopefully I can get on the board with a few winners early and get rolling.”

The Victoria Derby-winning rider said he wants to be “super fit” for his comeback to the saddle after playing Aussie Rules football with his local club during his time away from racing.

“I don’t play any more though,” Callow said. “I get hurt too much. I still train with the boys to build my fitness and I enjoy getting out for a kick but now it’s time to focus solely on riding again


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