Great to catch up with champion jockey Brett Prebble, who has decided to come home after fifteen rewarding seasons in Hong Kong. Brett didn’t win a premiership, but finished second to Douglas Whyte six times.
Another podcast guest this week is respected trainer Kim Waugh who finished the 2017/18 season with 46 winners - her best ever result. Kim, and husband Mark have completed their dream training complex on fifty acres at Jilliby near Wyong giving thier horses the best of both worlds.
On the podcast is popular jockey Jay Ford who enjoyed a good season in 2017/18. As a 20 year old Jay formed an association with champion sprinter Takeover Target who took him around the world several times, and brought him seven Group One wins.
Our Podcast Episode 9 features popular jockey Corey Brown soon to represent Australia in the Shergar Cup Jockeys Challenge at Royal Ascot. The dual Melbourne Cup winning rider talks openly about the highs and lows of his brilliant career.
Kerry Parker has guided the career of Dark Dream from a Moruya Maiden to a Queensland Derby in just 7 months. Kerry now joins the Group 1 club after several placings at the elite level. Kerry talks about Dark Dream's future on Tappy's podcast this week. (Image Courtesy of Mark Bradley Photography)
Great to catch up with young Newcastle trainer Ben Smith who landed two Group One winners during the Autumn Carnival. Ben talks about several new owners who have joined his stable, and of the hopes and dreams he holds for the future.