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Colin Hayes

Thomson set to take up new challenge

Riding legend Brent Thomson is to quit the saddle at the end of this Macau season.

Thursday, 18 May, 2000, 12:00am

Club probes Palace positive test

The Jockey Club confirmed yesterday it is investigating a positive urine sample returned last Saturday from the David Hayes-trained winner Mughal Palace as the horse's owner declared that he should not lose the prize money.

The official news came a day after it was reported that Mughal Palace was positive to the drug circulon.

22 May 1999 - 12:00am

Hayes saddles up for HK adventure

TWO things strike you immediately about David Hayes. For someone who has achieved so much in just a few short seasons, he remains so untouched by success, so level headed.

10 Sep 1995 - 12:00am

Timely winner for Brent

BRENT Thomson rode his first Group One winner back in Australia yesterday and is now destined for a top Melbourne Cup ride.

Thomson, formerly stable jockey in Hong Kong to Brian Kan Ping-chee and then Eddie K. C. Lo, scored on the Lee Freedman-trained Runyon in the $1 million Craiglee Stakes over a mile at Flemington.

12 Sep 1993 - 12:00am