World top jockeys and trainers

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Colin Keane: dual champion is well clear in Irish title race. Photo: Healy Racing for HRI

Our weekly planetary rundown of championship leaders

Australia (Melbourne)*: Jamie Kah 105, Damian Lane 63, Damien Oliver 50
Australia (Sydney)*: James McDonald 131, Tommy Berry 111, Rachel King 64
Australia*: Chris Parnham 201, Blaike McDougall 195, Tommy Berry 171
France: Maxime Guyon 128, Mickael Barzalona 121, Theo Bachelot 116
Germany: Bauyrzhan Murzabayev 85, Andrasch Starke 43, Leon Wolff 35
GB (championship): Oisin Murphy 128, William Buick 117, Tom Marquand 102
GB (annual): Oisin Murphy 150, Hollie Doyle 131, William Buick 128
Hong Kong*: Joao Moreira 157, Zac Purton 125, Karis Teetan 79
Ireland: Colin Keane 111, Shane Foley 66, Chris Hayes 41
Italy: Salvatore Sulas 73, Mario Sanna 66, Gabriele Cannarella 65
Japan (JRA): Christophe Lemaire 134, Yuga Kawada 111, Yuichi Fukunaga 97
New Zealand*: Danielle Johnson 151, Sam Collett 91, Lisa Allpress 90
South Africa*: Lyle Hewitson 264, Warren Kennedy 173, S’Manga Khumalo 155
UAE*: Tadhg O’Shea 49, Antonio Fresu 32, Fabrice Veron 28
USA (money): Joel Rosario $22.18m (174 wins), Irad Ortiz $20.44m (267), Luis Saez $19.25m (210)
USA (wins): Irad Ortiz 267, Paco Lopez 229, Luis Saez 210

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Australia (Melbourne)*: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 73, Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 41, Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra 38
Australia (Sydney)*: Chris Waller 169, James Cummings 59, Bjorn Baker 58
Australia*: Chris Waller 340½, Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 275, Kris Lees 180
France: Andre Fabre €4,104,428 (93 wins), Jean-Claude Rouget €3,465,740 (125), Aidan O’Brien €2,942,840 (5)
Germany: Markus Klug 40, Peter Schiergen 38, Henk Grewe 34
GB (money): Andrew Balding £3,824,052 (122 wins), Charlie Appleby £3,667,575 (82), John & Thady Gosden £3,294,917 (101)
GB (wins): Mark Johnston 181, Andrew Balding 122, Richard Hannon 121
Hong Kong*: Caspar Fownes 79, John Size 73, Frankie Lor 65
Ireland: Aidan O’Brien €3,131,320 (69 wins), Joseph O’Brien €1,958,505 (84), Jessica Harrington €1,811,510 (64)
Italy: Alduino Botti 108, Grizzetti Galoppo 46, Endo Botti 45
Japan (JRA): Mitsumasa Nakauchida 38, Yoshito Yahagi 36, Yasuo Tomomichi 34
New Zealand*: Jamie Richards 160, Stephen Marsh 92, Michael & Matthew Pitman 58
South Africa*: Justin Snaith R15.44m (208 wins), Paul Peter R13.21m (155), Sean Tarry R12.15m (140)
UAE*: Doug Watson 40, Ernst Oertel 39, Salem Bin Ghadayer 32
USA (money): Steve Asmussen $22.39m (356 wins), Brad Cox $21.40m (191), Todd Pletcher $15.28m (144)
USA (wins): Steve Asmussen 356, Karl Broberg 293, Jamie Ness 216

Statistics until end Sept 12; *2020-21 championship finished

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