TREKKING KOKODA TRAIL TO RAISE FUNDS
Won Sydney Apprentices title
2 x Group 1 winner
70 Group 1's
1 x Sydney Apprentices Title
3 x Sydney Jockeys Premierships
1 x Australian Leading Jockey
13 Group 1 Wins
Chairman of Victorian Jockeys Association
49 Group 1 Wins
1 Sydney Jockeys Premiership
1 Sydney Apprentices title
Represented Great Britain in Rugby League
Appeared on "I'm A Celebrity Australia"
The National Jockeys Trust (NJT) is a registered charity established in 2004 by the Australian Jockeys Association. Its purpose is to relieve financial hardship faced by jockeys who suffer career ending, life changing injuries and illnesses, as well as providing meaningful support to the families of riders lost in racing accidents.
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The Kokoda Trail is 96 kilometres of rugged mountainous terrain with a single-file track that runs through the Owen Stanley Range in Papua New Guinea and is an important part of Australian history.
The Kokoda Trail was the location of the 1942 World War II battle between the Japanese and Allied forces and is known as one of the bloodiest campaigns of World War II.
The Kokoda Trail takes days to complete on foot and is known as one of the world’s greatest and most challenging treks for even the most skilled bushwalker.MORE INFO