The Saturday night takeaway – all you need from Riyadh with reaction, plans, videos, pics and the best of the tweets.
Irish star rode two winners to win international jockeys’ challenge as all four legs went to male jockeys.
The jockey is set to renew his old pals’ act with veteran trainer Allan Smith next weekend.
A total of 15 G1 winners and 77 overseas overseas contenders are lined up for $30.5m-plus bonanza on February 19-20.
Newmarket-based globetrotter is 7-1 with Ladbrokes for valuable handicap on Saudi Cup card, while Charlatan is 2-1 favourite for the showpiece.
Canadian-based jockey, who arrived from Japan with virtually no English two years ago, is heading for a stint in Saudi Arabia.
Oriental, the reigning Spanish horse of the year, is being aimed at the $500,000 Saudi International Handicap.
Justin and Chuwa Wizard have earned guaranteed spots after part of the ‘Win and You’re In’ Road t Riyadh series.