Racing Award Winners; Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock Associates
Sep 04, 2017
To be the best, you need to associate with the best!
It is a very basic principle, but it has stood the test of time and one Darren & Liz Dance's syndication business Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock does well as it continues to build its brand.
Last night it was Award's night for Racing Industry participants, featuring the Scobie Breasley Medal, the Brownlow Medal for jockeys.
Craig Williams was crowned the winner for the fifth time.
Williams is a regular metropolitan rider for ATB with recent wins on Wanted Diva, Yogi (twice), Peruggia helping him secure the Roy Higgins medal for the most wins on city tracks in 2016/17.
Dean Yendall rode the most winners in Victoria, and by association 18 of ATB's 49 winners for the season.
Darren Weir clearly trained the most winners in the state and at metro level and did similarly for ATB.
In recent times we have noticed Archie Alexander as a trainer with a great future and have sent horses to him accordingly.
To see him win the Colin Alderson Rising Star Award is very pleasing and recognition of his talents.
The team at Lindsay Park won the Fred Hoysted Medal, while John Allen won the Tommy Corrigan Medal for the jump's riders.
Below is a list of the award winners and when you go through them, ATB have an affiliation with most.
The 2017 award winners are:
Scobie Breasley Medal - Craig Williams
Roy Higgins Medal (Metropolitan Jockeys' Premiership) - Craig Williams (77 wins)
Victorian Jockeys' Premiership - Dean Yendall (138 wins)
Metropolitan Apprentices' Premiership - Beau Mertens (73 wins)
Victorian Apprentices' Premiership - Beau Mertens (104 wins)
Victorian Racehorse of the Year - Winx
Fred Hoysted Medal - David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig
Metropolitan Trainers' Premiership - Darren Weir (137 wins)
Victorian Trainers' Premiership - Darren Weir (416 wins)
Tommy Corrigan Medal - John Allen
Colin Alderson Rising Star - Archie Alexander
TROA Victorian Owner of the Year - David Hayes
TBV Champion Victorian Sire - Written Tycoon
TBV Leading Victorian Breeder - Gilgai Farm
Let's hope the trend continues during the current season.
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Article: Peter Morganti