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Australian Luke Currie to commence riding in Singapore
29 Aug 2006 | Joann Adams - Singapore Turf Club 

Experienced Melbourne jockey Luke Currie has been granted a three-month freelance license by the Club and will commence riding on 1st September 2006.

Currie has ridden 587 winners including an admirable 21 Group races, one of them aboard Mummify the winner of the Singapore Airlines International Cup in 2005.

Despite missing the 2005 autumn carnival in Melbourne last year, as he recovered from serious injuries sustained in a fall, Currie bounced straight back into form during the Spring carnival and capped a successful comeback when he rode two winners at Flemington on the biggest race day of the year.

Despite spending much of last season on the sidelines he still managed to ride 65 winners along with 92 minor placings.


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