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  1. Punters should stick to 'Valley King' Prebble

    Posted May 25th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Patrick Allen In the most open Jockey Challenge market ever framed, top rider Brett Prebble makes great appeal at an opening quote of $7.50. The eight favoured riders' opening odds range between $7 and $9, and with little separating their rides on form, punters should play the man and stick with the king of the Valley. Prebble has five chances- Many Gains, East Ocean, ...

  2. Prebble stands out with quality book of rides

    Posted May 04th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Patrick Allen If Brett Prebble had a full book of eight rides tonight he would have opened Jockey Challenge favourite but, with six rides, the oddsmakers are prepared to chance their arm and offer $2.85 about the 'King of the Valley.' Douglas Whyte has the full compliment and narrowly edged out Prebble in the Sha Tin Challenge on Sunday but, at an overnight quote of $2.65, ...

  3. Punters can bank on Purton to upset Prebble

    Posted Jan 19th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Patrick Allen In one of the most open Jockey Challenge markets of the season, Zac Purton may have just enough firepower to scrape home as $4.25 second favourite at Happy Valley tonight. Brett Prebble resumed with a narrow Challenge win at Sha Tin on Sunday and was posted overnight as the $3.80 elect, but, despite a couple of strong rides in Turbo King and Noble Conqueror, he ...

  4. Back at the Valley, Prebble's the way to go

    Posted Jul 14th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Patrick Allen Brett Prebble has the rides to win tonight's Jockey Challenge- regardless of whether or not he can overcome the two-win deficit to pip Douglas Whyte for the premiership crown. Prebble is the top pick at $3.10 ahead of Whyte, who was posted at $3.30 last night. Whyte has some good chances but he will need to make the most of each and every one of his five rides ...

  5. It's back to Whyte's lair, where Prebble has a need for Speed

    Posted Jun 12th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Alan Aitken Happy Valley on Wednesday was a vital night for Douglas Whyte in his quest for a 10th straight championship, winning the battle with Brett Prebble 2-1, but the key meetings are every meeting for the Demon. Prebble (86 wins) remains in the garden spot, six in front with 89 races to run, and today lines up with one more mount than Whyte but returning to the Durban ...

  6. Change of tactics gets Prawn sizzling

    Posted Jan 09th 2005, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... King Prawn was ridden for the first time by Brett Prebble, who put a vice-like grip on the Irish-bred grandson of Danehill the second the gates opened. He crossed behind a wall of horses and had only one runner behind him as the field settled into stride, while rivals Firebolt, General Kingy and Super Brose vied for the playmaker role in his absence. Prebble angled Special King ...

  7. 'Fresh' Prebble back with a vengeance

    Posted Jan 02nd 2009, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Alan Aitken It isn't a tag that he's yearning to take on full time, but Brett Prebble returned from a ban as the King Of Class Five yesterday, landing his first two rides back from a careless-riding suspension. Prebble lined up the two lowest grade races of the day to make his greatest impact on the meeting with Fantastic Time for Peter Ng Bik-kuen in the second, ...

  8. Birthday-boy Prebble doing it the Way he knows best

    Posted Sep 24th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Alan Aitken Some said Brett Prebble could have been a rich man if he'd had a HK$1,000 note for everyone who shook his hand and wished him a happy birthday, but the Australian ace went out and got it himself with a brilliant three-timer. 'Gee, everyone seemed to know about it. I can't remember a birthday getting this much airplay before,' laughed Prebble, who, ...

  9. King dons mask as he goes in search of sprint vengeance

    Posted Apr 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Patrick Allen A masked Sacred Kingdom will attempt to avenge his narrow recent defeats on Sunday- and trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai and jockey Brett Prebble are confident the addition ... which includes HK$44 million in prizemoney and rankings as the world's best sprinter, and Prebble is confident the cream will rise to the top again after working the seven-year-old ...

  10. Thrills galore as see-saw battle for top honours goes down to the wire

    Posted May 31st 2007, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Alan Aitken Things could hardly have been stage-managed better as Brett Prebble lashed back at Douglas Whyte with another treble at Happy Valley last night and the see-sawing jockeys' title battle continued in thrill mode. Prebble had drawn level with Whyte last Thursday but the Durban Demon spanked him to the tune of three wins to none on Sunday to draw away again, ...




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