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Russell Maddock - Queensland History of Racing

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Russell Maddock

The Basics

Categories: Jockeys
Region: South East Queensland

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earlwood, high rank, sefiona

Russell Maddock holds the record for the most wins in Brisbane jockeys' premierships with nine, which is remarkable because for much of his career he rode in England. He rode many top horses but his effort to win back-to-back Doomben Cups on Earlwood was outstanding. He was also highly regarded as a rider at Albion Park. Rated with the very best jockeys to come out of Queensland he later returned to settle on the Gold Coast. Russell Maddock and Sefiona

His best wins in Brisbane included the Stradbroke Handicap (High Rank), Doomben 10,000 (High Rank, Port Raider), Doomben Cup (Earlwood [2]), QTC Sires' (Coniston, Real Step), QTC Derby (Sefiona) QTC Guineas (Coniston, Sefiona, Maytown, Abourkir), QTC Oaks (Golden Stockade), Tattersall's Cup (Cool Gent), QTC St Leger (Sefiona), Hopeful Stakes (Coniston, Refulgent, Rayland, Combe Martian), Queensland Cup (Blue Vest, Big Spree, Guiding Light), Exhibition Handicap (Spellman, Proletaire), J.H.S. Barnes Plate (Spellman), P.J. O'Shea Stakes (Spellman), Ascot Handicap (Proletaire, Everton), QTC Metropolitan (Proletaire), Ipswich Cup (Enrose), Toowoomba Cup (Enrose), TTC Weetwood (Highstrung), Princess Alexandra Stakes (Grifite), Sapling Stakes (Kings Realm), BTC Summer Cup (Big Spree, Bystander), Albion 2000 (Ngurawahia, Westlake), Eagle Farm Gift Stakes (Princess Doon), Frazer Handicap (The Boom), Winter Stakes (Cool Gent), McDougall Stakes (Royal Zeta, Queenstar, Nilisa) and Moreton Handicap (Landy, Shanalen).

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Media

An All-Weather Creek

Journalist Malcom Robertson reviews Albion Park (The Creek) - Brisbane's all-weather track for 70 years.