Jeff Lloyd's career at a glance

Friday 12 July 2019, 3:03pm

Jeff Lloyd's career at a glance.

Born: England. September 1, 1961

First ride: Durban March, 1976

Last ride: Doomben July, 2019

First winner: Panache (Vaal)

Estimated total number of winners: about 5000

Countries he has ridden in: South Africa, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, England, Dubai, New Zealand, Macau, Mauritius.

Premierships: Four metropolitan titles in Queensland, one Australian metropolitan title, six senior and three apprentice titles in South Africa, five in Mauritius.

Best South African season: 313 winners to take SA title in 1991-92.

Age records: Oldest jockey at 57 to win a metropolitan title in Australia. Oldest jockey to ride more than 100 metropolitan winners in a season.

Most winners in a day at a Queensland TAB meeting: Seven at the Sunshine Coast in November, 2016. Seven winners on a day three times in South Africa.

Most winners for a Queensland metropolitan season: 137 (2016/17)

Group One wins: 93

Australian wins: 48 stakes races including three Group Ones and a total of 766 winners

Best South African horse: Wolf Power won 18 races in the early 1980s including seven Grade Ones

Best international wins: 2011 Hong Kong International Mile (Able One), 2006 Singapore Gold Cup (Mr Line)

Best Australian win: Australian Derby (Nom Du Jeu)

Best Queensland win: Tatt's Tiara (Pear Tart), Magic Millions 2YO Classic (Houtzen)

– AAP

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