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 81, Damian Lane 55, Damien Oliver 45
Australia (Sydney): James McDonald 100, Tommy Berry 82, Rachel King 53
Australia: Blaike McDougall 151, Chris Parnham 150, Tommy Berry 129
France: Pierre-Charles Boudot 96, Theo Bachelot 47, Maxime Guyon 42
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 18, Maxim Pecheur 14, Lukas Delozier 11
GB: Ben Curtis 4, David Probert 3, various 2
Hong Kong: Joao Moreira 117, Zac Purton 101, Karis Teetan 57
Ireland: Colin Keane 20, Shane Foley 11, Ryan Moore 10
Italy: Salvatore Sulas 33, Dario Di Tocco 29, Federico Bossa 28
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 68, Yuga Kawada 49, Yuichi Fukunaga 44
New Zealand: Danielle Johnson 145, Sam Collett 77, Craig Grylls 71
South Africa: Lyle Hewitson 190, Warren Kennedy 134, S’Manga Khumalo 122
UAE*: Tadhg O’Shea 49, Antonio Fresu 32, Fabrice Veron 28
USA (money): Irad Ortiz $9.73m (160 wins), Joel Rosario $8.55m (65), Florent Geroux $7.06m (72)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 160, Paco Lopez 104, Flavien Prat 98


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Trainers
Australia (Melbourne): Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 54, Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 40, Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra 35
Australia (Sydney): Chris Waller 119, James Cummings 50, Bjorn Baker 39
Australia: Chris Waller 255, Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 196, Kris Lees 137
France: Andre Fabre €1,260,995 (35), Jean-Claude Rouget €1,040,820 (49), Frederic Rossi €838,830 (38)
Germany: Markus Klug 15, Henk Grewe 12, Peter Schiergen 9
GB: Mark Johnston £712,432 (73 wins), Andrew Balding £450,609 (35), John & Thady Gosden £418,799 (29)
Hong Kong: John Size 59, Caspar Fownes 58, Frankie Lor 53
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €291,580 (18 wins), Joseph O’Brien €178,885 (10), Ger Lyons €163,540 (12)
Italy: Alduino Botti 49, Endo Botti 23, Grizzetti Galoppo 21
Japan (JRA): Yoshito Yahagi 22, Yasuo Tomomichi 20, Takayuki Yasuda 19
New Zealand: Jamie Richards 152, Stephen Marsh 72, Michael & Matthew Pitman 49
South Africa: Justin Snaith R11.54m (152 wins), Paul Peter R9.69m (110), Sean Tarry R8.62m (101)
UAE*: Doug Watson 40, Ernst Oertel 39, Salem Bin Ghadayer 32
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $11.03m (186), Brad Cox $10.68m (95), Todd Pletcher $7.86m (81)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 186, Karl Broberg 129, Brad Cox 95

Statistics until end May 1; *2020-21 championship finished

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