The three-cornered fight for the jockeys' championship honours looks the highlight of the final weeks of this season, with Douglas Whyte's crown actually looking vulnerable for the first time in his six-year reign. With Olivier Doleuze back from the suspended list, the fight gets properly serious on all sides today with Frenchman, Whyte and Brett Prebble all looking for a day of multiple wins to make a major move. They have some 132 races between now and the season finale and, considering the three jockeys have accounted for 32 per cent of the race wins to date, there's every chance they will slice up another 40-plus successes between them yet - plenty of ammunition for any of them still to win. Suspensions have not played a real part in the season yet, as each jockey has been put out for two lots of two days each, but any slip in the stewards' room now could end the aspirations of any of the riders. The three riders will lean heavily on their regular providers today, with Whyte's nine rides including three trained by John Size, Doleuze with three of nine for Caspar Fownes and Prebble's seven rides including three chances for David Hall. Early odds would favour Whyte to emerge with a wider lead, with the South African aboard three outright overnight favourites, though it remains to be seen whether punters are happy to send Deminer out at short odds again when he has disappointed frequently in the past. Prebble's rides contained no overnight outright favourites, but all seven should be well in the betting for their races through the day. Prebble has three wins fewer than Whyte. For his part, Doleuze looks to have one of the better bets of the day in Super Goal Master (race four) and a worthwhile team of back-up chances as he sets out eight wins in arrears of Whyte.