World top jockeys and trainers

Horse Racing Caspar Fownes trainer
Caspar Fownes: leads the Hong Kong trainers’ premiership. Photo: Hong Kong Jockey Club

Our weekly planetary rundown of championship leaders

Jockeys
Australia (Melbourne): Jamie Kah 30, Damien Oliver 23, Craig Williams 19
Australia (Sydney): James McDonald 41, Tommy Berry 39, Nash Rawiller 37
Australia: Tommy Berry 66, Chris Parnham 64, Blaike McDougall 54
France: Pierre-Charles Boudot 216, Maxime Guyon 126, Cristian Demuro 114
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 119, Maxim Pecheur 60, Andrasch Starke 55
GB*: Oisin Murphy 142, William Buick 134, Tom Marquand 114
Hong Kong: Joao Moreira 45, Zac Purton 28, Karis Teetan 23
Ireland*: Colin Keane 100, Shane Foley 92, Seamie Heffernan 67
Italy: Salvatore Basile 102, Dario Vargiu 100, Germano Marcelli 77
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 191, Yuga Kawada 158, Yuichi Fukunaga 125
New Zealand: Danielle Johnson 72, Craig Grylls 28, Hazel Schofer 27
Singapore: Vlad Duric 63, Ruan Maia 54, Louis-Philippe Beuzelin 34
South Africa: Lyle Hewitson 77, Greg Cheyne 65, Warren Kennedy 49
UAE: Tadhg O’Shea 7, Bernardo Pinheiro 7, Sam Hitchcott 6
USA (money): Irad Ortiz $20.21m (275 wins), Joel Rosario $17.50m (185), Luis Saez $15.41m (235)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 275, Tyler Gaffalione 248, Luis Saez 235


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Trainers
Australia (Melbourne): Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 33, Danny O’Brien 18, Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 16
Australia (Sydney): Chris Waller 48, James Cummings 24, Mark Newnham 16
Australia: Chris Waller 122, Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 94, Tony Gollan 64
France: Jean-Claude Rouget €4,487,882 (124), Andre Fabre €3,342,039 (91), Francis-Henri Graffard €2,469,434 (62)
Germany: Henk Grewe 54, Markus Klug 42, Andreas Wohler 40
GB: John Gosden £3,059,941 (143 wins), Aidan O’Brien £2,463,090 (13), Mark Johnston £2,073,667 (160)
Hong Kong: Caspar Fownes 30, Frankie Lor 20, Tony Cruz 19
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €4,357,725 (103 wins), Joseph O’Brien €2,619,015 (109), Jessica Harrington €2,164,975 (69)
Italy: Alduino Botti 164, Grizzetti Galoppo 70, Enzo Botti 55
Japan (JRA): Yoshito Yahagi 51, Yasuo Tomomichi 49, Noriyuki Hori 44
New Zealand: Jamie Richards 62, Stephen Marsh 25, Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman 23
Singapore: Michael Clements 55, Mark Walker 44, Lee Freedman 41
South Africa: Paul Peter R3.90m (44 wins), Justin Snaith R3.14m (64), Sean Tarry R2.72m (28)
UAE: Doug Watson 11, Ernst Oertel 9, Salem Bin Ghadayer 7
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $19.08m (393 wins), Brad Cox $18.37m (199), Bob Baffert $18.10m (87)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 393, Karl Broberg 300, Mike Maker 251

Statistics until end November 30; *2020 championships are finished.

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