Mon. Aug 15th, 2022

Here’s what the jockeys – plus winning coach Richard Litt – had to say after the G1 Spring Champion Stakes in Randwick, which saw Robbie Dolan claims its first Group One victory ever on board Deep.


Winning coach: Richard Litt

About the winner: “He left me speechless. We have had a wonderful two weeks with him. We have come here today, he was very relaxed and yes, the world is his oysters. It is scary. We are very excited.

About Robbie Dolan: “Absolutely. I’m extremely proud of him. He’s done a wonderful job, Robbie. He’s a wonderful person, a wonderful jockey, and he’s done a wonderful job there. He rolled outside the manager and I was at “He had a heart attack, but he knew what he was doing. He knew what the horse could do and he had great faith. We are just very proud of him.”

About the future: “He wants to go to the fold now, I think. He wants a good spell and we’ll get a big attack this fall. He has some amazing races on the way. He is very exciting. ”


Winning jockey: Robbie Dolan

By winning his first G1: “I do not know what to say [crying]. First of all thank you to the owners for keeping me on the horse today because they could have put anyone on him. I can not even speak. ”

About the performance: “When I came here five years ago with a school bag on my back, I was just trying to ride a couple of winners.”

About the winner: “He is a machine. He should have won the last day. I take all the bad with it. I pulled the stick through, I panicked a bit. For the owners to hold me to him today is a sign of how nice people they are. They deserve it too. ”

Equally: “He is a difficult horse to ride. It probably played into my hands, which is why I kept the ride on him today. He’s hard to ride, and Richard has done an amazing job with the horse to get him to win a G1 in his first few starts is insane. I absolutely sailed at 400m past a G1 winner and nothing caught me. ”

About his family: “My father sits up and watches every race I run, whether it is bloody in the country or in the city. He sees it. He’s up there and probably has a cup of tea now. I would say the neighbors know I rode a winner. ”


Beat Jockeys2. – Regan Bayliss (Never Been Kissed): “Lost no admirers today. Very hard work. ”

3. – Kerrin McEvoy (Alegron):

“Good run. He peeled into it, but the winner just hurried away. He stayed on nicely. ”

4. – Sam Clipperton (Satirical Glory):
“Nice run. He will be a lovely 3 year old this fall. ”

5. – Hugh Bowman (Benaud):

“I was happy for him.”

6. – Andrew Adkins (Raging Bull):

“He rode well after a horse with a big jump in character. Seems his efforts were good. He was not beaten too far. On the way up. ”

7. – Tim Clark (French emperor):

“Can be ready for a break.”

8 – Tommy Berry (Patton): “

Went too eagerly. ”

9. – Rachel King (Bulloo):

“A good run up in character.”

10. – Josh Parr (Clyde):

“Traveled into it from 600 meters but the slow pace found us out. He will be nice next time. ”

11. – Nash Rawiller (Inverell):

“I did not want to read too much in his race. He is a nice horse. Do not really relax during the run early. Probably also felt the hard track a bit. Will be a nice horse in the fall. ”

12. – James McDonald (Head of State):

The horse was pulled up.

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