English rider Darryll Holland has cut short his Hong Kong club jockey stint and will return home after this Saturday's meeting at Sha Tin.Wednesday, 2 February, 2005, 12:00am
The pneumonia outbreak sparked two defections from the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup yesterday - French Group One performer Secret Singer and top British jockey Darryll Holland.16 Apr 2003 - 12:00am
Brilliant Australian jockey Patrick Payne adds lustre to the Macau riding ranks when he makes his debut on Taipa's competitive 12-race card today.
Payne joins Darryll Holland as two former Hong Kong stars who left the SAR to be eagerly snapped up by the Macau Jockey Club, whose riding ranks are now packed full of talent.28 Nov 1998 - 12:00am
BRILLIANT English jockey Darryll Holland makes his Macau debut this afternoon, writes Lawrence Wadey.
Holland, or 'The Dazzler' as he came to be known during a highly successful but truncated stint in Hong Kong, has been snapped up by the Macau Jockey Club on a one-month contract.15 Nov 1998 - 12:00am
English riding star Darryll Holland has secured the high-profile ride on American challenger Amaretti to run in next weekend's 1,400-metre International Bowl.
It promises to be an exciting return to Hong Kong for Holland on the fancied Leo O'Brien-trained runner.5 Dec 1997 - 12:00am
Darryll Holland, once one of Hong Kong's star jockeys, is set to turn his back on the territory and ride in Britain as stable number one for trainer Gay Kelleway.
Kelleway, daughter of former top jump jockey Paul, has tempted Holland, 24, with an attractive retainer to ride the pick of her 80-strong string based at Whitcombe in Dorset.6 Jan 1997 - 12:00am
Darryll Holland is keeping an anxious eye on the calendar as he awaits a date for his appeal against a Jockey Club decision not to license him next season. Holland lodged notice of intention to appeal yesterday and the Jockey Club will announce shortly when the appeal will be heard, but indications are that it could be late in the week, following Sunday's final meeting.4 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
A DAY after learning he would not be licensed to ride in Hong Kong next season, jockey Darryll Holland banished the blues by landing last night's $1.6 million Piaget Gold Cup at Sha Tin.
Holland produced a stylish ride on 25-1 shot Dashing and had a broad smile on his face when receiving his trophy from Helga Piaget.2 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
ENGLISH ace Darryll Holland put his licensing worries behind him to storm to victory in the featured Piaget Gold Cup at Sha Tin last night. Holland, denied a licence next season, bounced back to produce a copybook winning ride on 25-1 stunner Dashing in the Classes One and Two longer sprint.2 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
Into the Valley of sand they rode at last night's meeting at the troubled city venue with Darryll Holland emerging the King of the Castle with a brilliant four-timer.16 May 1996 - 12:00am