World top jockeys and trainers

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Zac Purton: secured fourth HK jockeys’ title with one meeting remaining. Photo: HKJC

• Our weekly planetary rundown of championship leaders

Jockeys
Australia (Melbourne): Craig Williams 67, Damien Oliver 57, Dwayne Dunn 50
Australia (Sydney): James McDonald 103.5, Nash Rawiller 85, Tommy Berry 74
Australia: William Pike 225, Blaike McDougall 140.5, Jye McNeil 132
France: Pierre-Charles Boudot 101, Christophe Soumillon 64, Maxime Guyon 62
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 57, Maxim Pecheur 39, Lukas Delozier 26
GB: Oisin Murphy 45, Ben Curtis 37, Tom Marquand 37
Hong Kong: Zac Purton 145, Joao Moreira 138, Karis Teetan 91
Ireland: Shane Foley 35, Colin Keane 24, Seamie Heffernan 21
Italy: Dario Vargiu 44, Salvatore Basile 43, Carlo Fiocchi 36
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 100, Yuga Kawada 99, Yutaka Take 64
New Zealand: Lisa Allpress 87, Kozzi Asano 76, Sam Collett 73
Singapore: Vlad Duric 31, Ruan Maia 17, Louis-Philippe Beuzelin 17
South Africa: Warren Kennedy 204, Greg Cheyne 144, Keagan De Melo 95
UAE: Tadhg O’Shea 42, Richard Mullen 36, Antonio Fresu 31
USA (money): Irad Ortiz $9.09m (169 wins), Joel Rosario $7.58m (90), Tyler Gaffalione $6.66m (131)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 169, Luis Saez 151, Juan Hernandez 136


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Trainers
Australia (Melbourne): D Hayes & T Dabernig 68, C Maher & D Eustace 59, Danny O’Brien 41
Australia (Sydney): Chris Waller 133.5, James Cummings 71, G Waterhouse & A Bott 55
Australia: Chris Waller 268.5, C Maher & D Eustace 263, D Hayes & T Dabernig 236
France: Jean-Claude Rouget €1,228,217 (58), Andre Fabre €1,162,451 (32), Frederic Rossi €1,112,936 (46 wins)
Germany: Henk Grewe 23, Markus Klug 22, Andreas Wohler 22
GB: John Gosden £1,465,603 (61 wins), Aidan O’Brien £1,258,527 (7), Mark Johnston £950,098 (77)
Hong Kong: Ricky Yiu 67, Tony Cruz 63, Francis Lui 63
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €1,790,690 (34 wins), Joseph O’Brien €700,300 (24), Jessica Harrington €667,520 (27)
Italy: Alduino Botti 59, Bruno Grizzetti 30, Endo Botti 25
Japan (JRA): Yoshito Yahagi 31, Yasuo Tomomichi 30, Noriyuki Hori 28
New Zealand: Jamie Richards 100, Stephen Marsh 74, M Baker & A Forsman 50
Singapore: Michael Clements 24, Mark Walker 23, Lee Freedman 18
South Africa: Sean Tarry R16.7m (116 wins), Justin Snaith R12.6m (114), Mike de Kock R11.3m (79)
UAE: Satish Seemar 45, Doug Watson 36, Ernst Oertel 29
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $9.83m (194 wins), Brad Cox $7.08m (96), Bob Baffert $6.29m (50)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 194, Karl Broberg 173, Robertino Diodoro 157

Statistics until end July 12; UAE 2019-20 season is finished.

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