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Bill Broughton was a master jockey who set the standards to which others aspired.
Ellis in a career that lasted from 1924 until 1961 set records that today’s jockeys struggle to match.
Through a combination of a love of horses and a stubborn streak that wouldn’t accept the word “no”, Linda Jones became a national celebrity in the 1970s.
Lance O’Sullivan is supreme among jockeys who have etched their names in the long and illustrious history of thoroughbred racing in New Zealand.
The names of the Skelton brothers Bob and Bill are synonymous with horseracing in New Zealand.
During a career crammed with honours, Bob Skelton rode 2129 winners. His first two-mile winner was Lancaster in the 1954 Great Autumn Handicap and 30 years later, he was still among the leading jockeys.