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Jeff Lloyd’s Career At A Glance

Jeff Lloyd's career at a glance. Born: England. September 1, 1961 First ride: Durban March, 1976 Last ride: Doomben July, 2019 First winner: Panache (Vaal) Estimated total number of winners: about 5000 Countries he has ridden in: South Africa, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, England, Dubai, New Zealand, Macau, Mauritius. Premierships: Four metropolitan titles in Queensland,[...]
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In-Form Mcgillivray To Bid For Top Spot

In-form jockey Matt McGillivray is rapidly establishing a claim to being heir apparent to throne left vacant by Jeff Lloyd as Queensland's top jockey. Lloyd will retire on Saturday with 93 Group One wins and four metropolitan premierships under his belt. There is no obvious contender to take his place although Robbie Fradd, Jim Byrne,[...]
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Trainers Show Support For Retiring Lloyd

Champion jockey Jeff Lloyd has seven mounts, which are a cross section of his greatest supporters in Queensland, for his last day of riding on Saturday. Lloyd will have rides for Toby Edmonds (Sunday Session and Granny Red Shoes), Chris Waller (Auerbach), Tony Gollan (Kemsrey), Chris Munce (Woolsey), Kris Lees (Mongolian Wolf), Richard Laming (All[...]
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Handsome Thief Back To His Best

Co-trainer John Meagher has been quick to thank owner Paul Fudge with former stakes-winning gelding Handsome Thief returning to form with a barn-storming victory at Doomben. Handsome Thief ($10) came from well back in the field to beat stablemate Divine Dice ($4.40) by a long neck with another long neck to Whypeeo ($4.40) third in[...]
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Last Group One Chance For Jeff Lloyd

Champion jockey Jeff Lloyd has been given a golden chance to ride another Group One winner at his last chance before his impending retirement. The 58-year-old, who will retire after the Doomben meeting on July 13, will ride third favourite Multaja in Saturday's Tatt's Tiara at Eagle Farm, the final Group One race of the[...]
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