World top jockeys and trainers

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Andre Fabre: back in pole position in France after Prix Ganay victory with Mare Australis. Photo: France Galop/ScoopDyga

Our weekly planetary rundown of championship leaders

Jockeys
Australia (Melbourne): Jamie Kah 86, Damian Lane 55, Damien Oliver 45
Australia (Sydney): James McDonald 100, Tommy Berry 86, Rachel King 54
Australia: Chris Parnham 160, Blaike McDougall 152, Tommy Berry 133
France: Pierre-Charles Boudot 105, Theo Bachelot 50, Maxime Guyon 47
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 21, Maxim Pecheur 18, Leon Wolff 14
GB: Daniel Tudhope 7, Ben Curtis 7, Richard Kingscote 6
Hong Kong: Joao Moreira 119, Zac Purton 105, Karis Teetan 59
Ireland: Colin Keane 21, Shane Foley 14, Chris Hayes 12
Italy: Salvatore Sulas 37, Mario Sanna 30, Dario Di Tocco 29
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 72, Yuga Kawada 53, Yuichi Fukunaga 49
New Zealand: Danielle Johnson 145, Sam Collett 79, Craig Grylls 71
South Africa: Lyle Hewitson 194, Warren Kennedy 144, S’Manga Khumalo 125
UAE*: Tadhg O’Shea 49, Antonio Fresu 32, Fabrice Veron 28
USA (money): Irad Ortiz $10.18m (165 wins), Joel Rosario $9.07m (73), Florent Geroux $7.34m (76)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 165, Paco Lopez 106, Flavien Prat 101


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Trainers
Australia (Melbourne): Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 55, Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 40, Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra 35
Australia (Sydney): Chris Waller 122, James Cummings 50, Bjorn Baker 40
Australia: Chris Waller 265, Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 207, Tony Gollan 141
France: Andre Fabre €1,304,475 (36), Jean-Claude Rouget €1,111,300 (53), Frederic Rossi €882,690 (40)
Germany: Markus Klug 18, Henk Grewe 13, Frank Fuhrmann 9
GB: Mark Johnston £851,440 (80 wins), Andrew Balding £587,724 (40), Richard Hannon £481,311 (45)
Hong Kong: John Size 59, Caspar Fownes 59, Danny Shum 54
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €414,240 (21 wins), Joseph O’Brien €285,780 (14), Jessica Harrington €261,650 (11)
Italy: Alduino Botti 53, Endo Botti 26, Grizzetti Galoppo 22
Japan (JRA): Yasuo Tomomichi 23, Yoshito Yahagi 22, Takayuki Yasuda 19
New Zealand: Jamie Richards 155, Stephen Marsh 74, Michael & Matthew Pitman 50
South Africa: Justin Snaith R11.91m (156 wins), Paul Peter R10.18m (117), Sean Tarry R8.75m (101)
UAE*: Doug Watson 40, Ernst Oertel 39, Salem Bin Ghadayer 32
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $11.35m (197), Brad Cox $10.78m (97), Todd Pletcher $7.90m (82)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 197, Karl Broberg 141, Brad Cox 97

Statistics until end May 8; *2020-21 championship finished

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