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Offline InTheKnow

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O.P. « 2009-Jun-15, 12:13 PM »
Stradbroke-winning jockey in demand
Brad Waters
Monday, 15 June 2009

Young Sydney rider Tye Angland will get a chance to add to his Stradbroke Handicap success when he partners Express Air in Saturday’s Group I Winter Stakes at Eagle Farm.

Angland recorded his maiden Group I success when he steered Black Piranha to a long-overdue win in the Stradbroke and Toowoomba trainer Rex Lipp was quick to snap up his services for the Queensland Guineas winner.

Glen Boss was reported to be the Winter Stakes rider of Express Air but both Boss’s manager Brendan Cormick and Lipp were quick to dismiss the reports.

“We did approach Glen (Boss) to ride her but Glen has chosen to ride in Melbourne at Moonee Valley,” Lipp said. “He was never going to ride her at any stage.

“After Glen let us know what he was doing we were quick to book Tye to ride her.”

Angland will team with Black Piranha’s trainer Con Karakatsanis aboard News Alert in the Group III Healy Stakes at the Eagle Farm meeting.

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« 2009-Jun-15, 10:38 PM Reply #1 »
I've always been impressed with Angland's talent in the saddle. 8-) He doesn't often get good rides but gets the best out of them no matter what the odds.

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« 2009-Jun-16, 09:49 AM Reply #2 »
here here el zoro, a young man with manners, going places !

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« 2009-Jun-22, 04:54 PM Reply #3 »
Monday, 22 June 2009: Young Sydney jockey Tye Angland will attempt to complete a rare Queensland carnival treble when he rides Canberra-trained sprinter Voice Commander in the $175,000 Glasshouse Sprint at Caloundra on Saturday.
by Racing and Sports 

Angland can be crowned jockey of the carnival if he adds the Glasshouse Sprint to his other big wins in the G1 Stradbroke Handicap and G3 Healy Stakes on the Con Karakatsanis-trained stablemates Black Piranha and News Alert.

Black Piranha gave 19-year-olld Angland his first Group One success in the Stradbroke while News Alert is now heading to Grafton for the $130,000 WHK Ramornie Handicap on July 15, a race that also could be on the agenda for Voice Commander.

Angland  has had a successful association with Voice Commander , prepared by one of Canberra's brightest training talents Nick Olive.

Angland has ridden Voice Commander in 11 of his 19 starts for four wins including the Goulburn Cup and Festival Stakes at Rosehill.

He was reunited with the rising five-year-old for the first time in his current campaign at Ipswich on June 13 in the Eye Liner Stakes where the gelding's effort to finish third from a wide barrier was the run of the race.

The roomy Caloundra track and step up to 1400m should be ideal for Voice Commander at his fourth run since resuming.

However he faces a testing field with Eye Liner Stakes winner Mitanni, last year's Stradbroke winner Mr Baritone, Charming Rogue and Wasted Emotions among the 31 nominations.

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« 2009-Jun-23, 01:02 PM Reply #4 »
from racenet;

Group I winning jockey Tye Angland is hoping his to continue his rich vain of form in feature races when is reunited with Hadaaf in the $100,000 Listed Takeover Target Stakes (1200m) at Gosford on Wednesday.

The former champion Sydney apprentice’s career has spiralled skywards in recent weeks with two feature race wins during the Brisbane winter carnival including his victory aboard Black Piranha in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Angland is going into Wednesday’s provincial feature with high hopes for the Joe Pride-trained galloper that he’s had a few past successes aboard.

“He was a pretty good horse to me back in my apprentice days,” Angland said.

“I won three races on him and he’s racing as well as ever.”

Hadaaf resumed from a spell at Gosford on June 9 when he took out the Takeover Target Stakes Prelude in a close finish over Grand Rhumba and Angland said that effort suggests he’s right in contention on Wednesday.

“He loves heavy ground and he’ll get that tomorrow,” he said.

“We’ve drawn a good alley [3] and he drops 1.5kgs.

“There’s no doubt the horses coming out of the June Stakes like Kroner and Welkom Gold are going to be tougher opposition but the beauty of Hadaaf is that he’s so genuine that if they are not at the top of their games he’ll pounce.

“I think he’s got a great chance and I’d love to win a good race on him.”

On Saturday, Angland ventures north again to the Sunshine Coast where he will have a strong book of rides on Caloundra Cup Day.

In the Cup he will be aboard the Danny Williams-trained Cape Breton and will ride Voice Commander in the Glasshouse Handicap along with Express Air in the Sunshine Coast Guineas.

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« 2011-Feb-06, 10:08 AM Reply #5 »
No good - broke his shoulder in a fall yesterday at Sha Tin - not long after extending his contract.

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« 2011-Feb-06, 10:39 AM Reply #6 »
sure didn't look good for him when he hit the turf....must be a tough bugger as he's flying in today (melb I think)to attend a wedding.

Speedy recovery to him

Black Piranha + Tye Angland  :no1: Straddie for Mono :beer:

A speedy recovery Tye.

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« 2018-Jan-11, 12:49 PM Reply #7 »
Fantastic book of rides today at Gosford.

$1.85 in the jockeys challenge before the first race.

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« 2018-Jan-11, 12:53 PM Reply #8 »
...and the in form Jason Collett wins the first. He is riding in career best form - 4 winners in town the other day. Rides an odds on shot Lilith later.

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« 2018-Dec-27, 02:57 PM Reply #9 »
Sad news released today

The Australian Jockeys’ Association has released a statement on Tye Angland’s injuries stating “there remains a likelihood of Tye’s outcome being quadriplegic”.

Angland suffered serious spinal injuries in a Sha Tin fall in Hong Kong on November 25.

He underwent surgery at Hong Kong’s Prince Of Wales Hospital in the following days before returning to Sydney two weeks after the accident.

“Since returning to Australia, Tye has undergone a second surgery for his injuries,” the AJA statement read.

“Tye currently remains in Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney.

“As a result of the fall, Tye had a fracture and dislocation of the spine as well as a spinal cord injury. The spine has been stabilised and realigned.

“Tye’s doctors advise the long-term prognosis for injuries of this nature are always hard to diagnose in the early stages. However, there remains a likelihood of Tye’s outcome being quadriplegic.

“His wife Erin, and the couple’s three children Alexis, Addison and Rylan have been overwhelmed by the support they have received and wish to say thank you to everyone who has reached out to them.

“The family has requested their privacy as they deal with this very difficult situation.”

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« 2018-Dec-27, 03:48 PM Reply #10 »
Oh dear

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« 2018-Dec-27, 05:51 PM Reply #11 »

Catastrophic prognosis if it turns out to be the case.... jockeys risk serious injury and their lives everytime they mount up fortunately today there's more support and assistance than when my great grandfather lost his life after a race fall leaving his wife and children to fend for themselves.

Sad case our thoughts and prayers to Tye and his family.

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« 2018-Dec-29, 11:51 PM Reply #12 »
There is a fantastic generation of Sydney jockeys at the moment including Hugh Bowman, Brenton Avdulla, Timmy Clark and a few others of which Tye is one and he was right in the thick of things.

In his last 50 rides he rode for Waller, Hayes, Godolphin, Snowdens and a lot of other stables showing the universal respect he has as a jockey.

To be cut down in your prime is just so sad.

They can do amazing things these days with upper spinal injuries these days with stem cells and other things.

Here's hoping Tye can make a significant recovery and thoughts go out in support of Erin, Alexis, Addison and Rylan in the coming months.