Fradd comes to the rescue after jockey shortage

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 15 March, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 15 March, 2008, 12:00am

Robbie Fradd, Hong Kong's champion jockey in 2000, has agreed to come back for the Sha Tin meeting on March 30 to alleviate a jockey shortage.

Gerald Mosse, Darren Beadman and Brett Prebble will be riding in Dubai at the World Cup meeting on March 29. They are booked to return home on the first-available flight but would not be back until the second half of the Sha Tin programme the next day.

Fradd (pictured) finished second on last season's Singapore jockeys' premiership, behind Noel Callow.


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