Englands Two Leading Jockeys, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-30


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ENGLANDS TWO LEADING JOCKEYS Bernard Carslake, Australian born, is considered the most finished horseman in England, and despite that his 120 pounds of avoirdupois does not allow of participation in many races, he has the best average among the leading jockeys, Stephen Donoghue, Irishman, with the handy weight of about 105 pounds, easily, heads the list of winning jockeys. Being of well-matured experience. Donoghue is much sought after by owners, and has a choice of mounts. The young man is wealthy. The two Smyths and Whalley are also in the first flight of riders, while Fred Templeman, who won the Derby on Grand Parade, and lias been in India for some time, is at the head of the "second flight. Many bettors in England follow certain riders mounts, and without suggesting that -there is a jockeys ring there, it is not a bad thing to be in the confidence of the lending riders. Donoghue owns and breeds horses ns well as rides them, and among his equine possessions is the Cup horse of the season. By Jingo, which he bred.

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