Nash Rawiller

Nash Rawiller ready to commute from Hong Kong for right rides in spring carnival once ban ends

Adam Pengilly Nash Rawiller jetted out of Sydney on Monday bound for Hong Kong, telling high-profile Australian connections he is still available to ride later in the spring carnival.

Racing

Nash Rawiller favourite to win Nathan Berry Medal

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller is in the box seat to win the inaugural Nathan Berry Medal, “an honour that every jockey would love to win”, according to Sydney’s premier rider.

Racing

Nash Rawiller rising fast through ranks of all-time greats after another stellar autumn carnival

Nash Rawiller

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller came to Sydney in the autumn of 2007 with just 14 group 1 winners but has since made the season his own.

Horseracing

Nash Rawiller shrugs off deja vu to get Moriarty up in Eagle Farm Cup

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller would have been having flashbacks to the Eagle Farm Cup a year ago when it looked like Moriarty wasn't going to get a run in the straight.

Racing

Chris Waller and Nash Rawiller target group 1 double figures on Stradbroke day

In form: Nash Rawiller guides Moriarty to victory in the Eagle Farm Cup on Saturday.

Chris Roots The combination of the leading group 1 trainer and jockey in the country is set to dominate Saturday's Stradbroke meeting at Eagle Farm, and with a bit of luck, Chris Waller and Nash Rawiller could...

Racing

Japan-bound Nash Rawiller disappointed he'll be unable to defend premiership lead

Big day ahead: Premiership leader Nash Rawiller has a strong book of rides at Rosehill on Saturday.

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller might not be here to put up a full defence of his Sydney jockey premiership but Rosehill on Saturday gives him a chance to open a handy break on James McDonald.

Suspension puts 'flat' jockey Nash Rawiller out of Magic Millions

Nash Rawiller

Chris Roots Premier jockey Nash Rawiller admitted to hitting ''a flat spot'' following the spring carnival as he earned his second careless-riding suspension in as many days at Rosehill on Saturday.

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WINNERS & LOSERS

Luckily for Nash Rawiller, stewards apply double standards to tearaway leaders

Max Presnell dinkus

Max Presnell The Calming Influence cakewalk in Saturday's benchmark 80 over 1100 metres at Rosehill on Saturday came into the category of just another raised-eyebrow event in recent weeks.

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Racing

Woodbine saves blushes for Gai Waterhouse and Nash Rawiller

Melbourne cup 2013, Winning horse Fiorente with trainer Gai Waterhouse at Flemington   6th of November 2013. The Age news Picture by JOE ARMAO

Adam Pengilly Nash Rawiller was hauled before stewards to explain his navigation on long odds-on shot Woodbine after the Randwick Guineas-bound colt left his supporters with near heart failure at Rosehill on...

Nash Rawiller happy to warm Boban's saddle

Boban

Adam Pengilly Nash Rawiller reckons he might only be ''filling the saddle'' on the resuming Boban, but it is another seat on a Chris Waller excitement machine that is proving a big carrot at the end of the...

The Mail

Nash Rawiller and Hugh Bowman bump on track and before stewards

Chris Roots dinkus

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller and Hugh Bowman got in a bumping duel on the turn in the Todman Stakes on Wandjina and Risen From Doubt and it continued in the stewards room.

Horseracing

Nash Rawiller to ride Royal Descent in Caulfield Cup

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Patrick Bartley, Aidan Rodley Just days after being sacked as the rider for Cox Plate hopeful and Melbourne Cup favourite Fiorente, jockey Nash Rawiller has secured the high-class mare Royal Descent in Saturday week's Caulfield...

Nash Rawiller on plum ride, despite Oliver twist

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Max Presnell Maybe it's celestial guidance that Damien Oliver, in the present climate with partners being changed like a swingers' ball, will handle Prince Harada in Saturday's Caulfield Guineas.

Racing

Melbourne Cup day: Opinion gives Nash Rawiller a torrid time in Carnival Handicap

Opinion.

Caryl Williamson The ambulance has literally beaten the favourite home in a distance race at Flemington with jockey Nash Rawiller forced to struggle with a slipping saddle and ride without irons (stirrups) aboard...

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Victoria Oaks 2013: Nash Rawiller grabs consolation on Kirramosa

Kirramosa.

Patrick Bartley Just a month after being dumped as the rider of Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente, Nash Rawiller on Thursday salvaged something from the spring carnival when Kirramosa won the Victoria Oaks.

Horse racing

Kirramosa VRC Oaks win a tonic for Nash Rawiller

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Patrick Bartley Nash Rawiller salvaged a win from the spring carnival when Kirramosa won the VRC Oaks.

Racing

Tulloch Lodge cuts Nash Rawiller loose as Tom Berry hits his straps

Nash Rawiller

Chris Roots Premier jockey Nash Rawiller has taken a freelance role in recent months and Gai Waterhouse admits their successful partnership has moved to more of an association.

Winners and Losers: Cummings magic the feature of a great day out at Rosehill

Max Presnell

Max Presnell The master’s touch was a feature of Saturday’s outstanding Rosehill Gardens meeting. Sure there were other highlights, like the Hugh Bowman treble with the rider using that exquisite long...

Jason Collett chasing his first group 1

More confident: Jason Collett has a strong book of rides at Rosehill on Saturday.

Adam Pengilly Jason Collett is the first to admit he's been talked out of group 1 rides just as much as he's thrown them away via his own racetrack deeds on the rare occasion.

Cox Plate and Caulfield Cup attract strong numbers

Greg Carpenter says there's a really good spread of local and international runners in both the Caulfield Cup and the Cox Plate.

Patrick Bartley Senior racing officials were understandably overwhelmed by the huge response the Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate realised after first acceptances.