..and he could well become a regular visitor to the two Cape Town courses.
The rising star, keen to re-establish himself after his stints in Hong Kong and Singapore, said yesterday: “I am very glad to be back at Kenilworth and, with the Cape season coming up, I would be willing to travel more often. It’s no secret that they are looking for jockeys there and I am hungry and willing.”
He rides in the last six of the eight races and has two mounts for both Glen Kotzen and Candice Bass-Robinson as well as one apiece for Piet Steyn and Geoff Woodruff.
By Michael Clower