World top jockeys and trainers

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Jamie Kah: leading the way in Melbourne. Photo: Racing and Sports

Our weekly planetary rundown of championship leaders

Jockeys
Australia (Melbourne): Jamie Kah 14, Damien Oliver 12, Ben Melham 12
Australia (Sydney): James McDonald 26, Tommy Berry 21, Nash Rawiller 11
Australia: Chris Parnham 36, Ryan Maloney 35, James McDonald 31
France: Pierre-Charles Boudot 175, Maxime Guyon 101, Christophe Soumillon 96
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 93, Maxim Pecheur 52, Andrasch Starke 48
GB: Oisin Murphy 110, William Buick 92, Tom Marquand 89
Hong Kong: Joao Moreira 15, , Karis Teetan 11, Zac Purton 9
Ireland: Shane Foley 72, Colin Keane 70, Seamie Heffernan 51
Italy: Dario Vargiu 70, Salvatore Basile 69, Germano Marcelli 61
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 145, Yuga Kawada 133, Yuichi Fukunaga 93
New Zealand: Danielle Johnson 22, Craig Grylls 15, Sam Collett 13
Singapore: Vlad Duric 53, Ruan Maia 42, Louis-Philippe Beuzelin 29
South Africa: S’Manga Khumalo 26, , Lyle Hewitson 24, Greg Cheyne 24
UAE*: Tadhg O’Shea 42, Richard Mullen 36, Antonio Fresu 31
USA (money): Irad Ortiz $14.78m (234 wins), Joel Rosario $12.42m (147), Tyler Gaffalione $11.53m (183)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 234, Luis Saez 207, Tyler Gaffalione 183


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Trainers
Australia (Melbourne): Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 21, M Price & M Kent jnr 11, Danny O’Brien 10
Australia (Sydney): Chris Waller 26, James Cummings 12, Peter & Paul Snowden 8
Australia: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 58, Chris Waller 55, Tony Gollan 38
France: Andre Fabre €2,346,184 (73 wins), Jean-Claude Rouget €2,225,198 (104), Henri-Alex Pantall €1,681,124 (69)
Germany: Henk Grewe 40, Markus Klug 38, Andreas Wohler 33
GB: John Gosden £2,529,596 (114 wins), Aidan O’Brien £1,884,942 (11), Andrew Balding £1,776,764 (87)
Hong Kong: Caspar Fownes 10, Francis Lui 6, Chris So 5
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €4,066,670 (82 wins), Joseph O’Brien €2,137,260 (79), Jessica Harrington €1,893,700 (56)
Italy: Alduino Botti 105, Bruno Grizzetti 43, Enzo Botti 37
Japan (JRA): Yoshito Yahagi 45, Yasuo Tomomichi 39, Noriyuki Hori 35
New Zealand: Jamie Richards 18, Michael & Matthew Pitman 11, Kelvin & Aimee Tyler 11
Singapore: Mark Walker 40, Michael Clements 39, Lee Freedman 34
South Africa: Paul Peter R1.50m (26 wins), Paul Matchett R1.19m (16), St John Gray R1.69m (18)
UAE*: Satish Seemar 45, Doug Watson 36, Ernst Oertel 29
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $15.20m (295 wins), Brad Cox $11.90m (148), Chad Brown $11.27m (126)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 311, Karl Broberg 264, Robertino Diodoro 214

Statistics until end September 27; *2019-20 seasons are finished.

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