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Moor back at 3YO Sprint meeting and granted five-month licence for remaining 2024 season

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The Singapore Turf Club has granted a one-day visiting jockey’s licence to Australian jockey Daniel Moor to ride at the Singapore Three-Year-Old Sprint meeting on Saturday, 6 April and another five-month licence for him to ride in Singapore from 1 May to 5 October.

Jockey : DANIEL MOOR Picture: Colin Bull / Sportpix

The 39-year-old jockey has been engaged by trainer Tim Fitzsimmons to ride Greatham Boy, whom he partnered to victory in the Group 3 Singapore Golden Horseshoe (1200m) last July, in the Group 3 Singapore 3YO Sprint (1200m) this time.

Moor would return thereafter for a five-month stint from 1 May onwards for the remaining 2024 season.

A familiar face at Kranji since September 2017, the Warrnambool-born rider was based here from May 2018 to April 2020 before three more flying visits in 2022. Moor took home nine wins at his most recent four-month stint from April to July last year, bringing up 59 wins in the Lion City thus far.

The former leading Victorian apprentice jockey, who has also ridden in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mauritius, New Zealand and South Korea, boasts close to 1,100 wins in 20 years of riding, including four Group 1 wins, namely the Australasian Oaks with Glint Of Hope (2022), the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes with Sierra Sue, the Manikato Stakes with Jonker and the Moir Stakes with Wild Ruler, all in 2021.

Licensed by Racing Victoria, he currently sits 30th on six wins on the Victorian Metropolitan Jockeys' Premiership this season.

Moor goes to scale at 52kgs.

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