Brit jockey to ride in Ireland and Australia 30 hours apart in 10,700 mile dash

Ryan Moore's commitment to the horse racing will see him make a frantic 10,700-mile dash across the globe from Sydney to Dublin.

The 40-year-old will rush back to Europe after racing in Sydney at 7am UK time in the Group 1 Golden Rose Stakes at Rosehill racecourse on Saturday (September 23). Moore can then hop on a flight around 9.10pm (ten hours ahead of Dublin time) to get to Dubai at 5:40am on Sunday, before a 7:20am flight to Dublin which lands at 12:15pm.

A 50 minute trip from the airport to Curragh will follow, with the jockey booked in to ride Gasper De Lemos in the Pat "The Duke" Leavy Irish EBF Maiden. His next race is due to start at 2.25pm, with further starts at both 3pm in the Group 3 Weld Park Stakes on Content and on Tower Of London at 4:10pm local time.

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Moore, who raced last Sunday, is then booked in to race at Newmarket on Thursday and Paris on Sunday – with a few days off in the middle. Moore, who was born in Brighton, East Sussex, has over 3000 career wins but hasn't lost any of his passion for the sport.

A three-time winner of the Epsom Derby and four time winner of the Breeders' Cup Turf, he was crowned Longines World's Best Jockey in 2014, 2016 and 2021.

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The son for former jump jockey turned trainer Gary L. Moore, he has two jump jockey brothers in the form of Joshua and Jamie, with sister Hayley a leading amateur.

The total earnings from his winners exceed £23million, with winners upwards of £14m according to Racing Post.

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