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Giant Galloper Behemoth Wins Memsie Stakes

Giant galloper Behemoth gave South Australian trainer David Jolly his second Group One winner and his budget ownership group Grand Syndications their first when he took out the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. Champion jockey Craig Williams positioned the gelding, who weighs 600 kilograms and stands 17 hands, behind the leaders Begood Toya Mother and Streets[...]
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Premierships Record In Sights Of Williams

Craig Williams is another step closer to the record for Victorian metropolitan jockeys’ premierships after clinching his ninth title this season. Williams now sits two premierships behind the record of 11 set by both the late Roy Higgins and late Bill Duncan. Damien Oliver has won 10 Melbourne premierships and he finished second in this[...]
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Stackhouse Steers She’s A Thief To Victory

Daniel Stackhouse has continued his successful season with an all-the-way win on She’s A Thief at the final Melbourne metropolitan meeting of the 2019-20 campaign at Caulfield. While Craig Williams has clinched his ninth Melbourne metropolitan jockeys’ premiership, Stackhouse and Jye McNeil are in a battle for the Victorian statewide jockeys’ premiership. McNeil led Stackhouse[...]
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Williams Steers Bumper Blast To Success

Trainer Robert Hickmott holds spring ambitions for Bumper Blast after the lightly raced galloper returned with an impressive win at Flemington. Leading jockey Craig Williams produced a stunning ride on Bumper Blast, taking the gelding from barrier one, gradually crossing heels to the extreme outside to win The Belzoni over the straight 1000m course on[...]
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Williams In Seven-Win Melbourne Title Lead

Between them, Damien Oliver and Craig Williams have 18 Melbourne jockeys’ premierships. It’s something not lost on Williams as the pair are challenging for this season’s title, with Williams in the box-seat to claim his ninth premiership and fifth in succession. Two winners at Caulfield on Saturday, compared to Oliver’s lone victory on the nine-race[...]
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Bartholomeu Dias Breaks Through At Sandown

Imported galloper Bartholomeu Dias has backed up a solid Australian debut with a decisive on-pace victory at Sandown. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained gelding made his debut at Caulfield last month with a closing fourth before stepping up to 1800m on Wednesday to take out the Ladbrokes Handicap. With Craig Williams aboard, Bartholomeu Dias[...]
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