|Region:||South East Queensland|
Shane Scriven has been a dominant jockey for 30 years in Brisbane racing who had to battle weight for most of the that time. He rode with distinction in overseas stints and interstate. His winning ride on Prince Salieri in the 1989 Castlemaine Stakes is regarded as one of the great all time Group 1 efforts.
When he won the 2008/09 Brisbane premiership, his first, it was an inspired season because he rarely rode under 55kgs.
Some of his big wins include the L.K.S. Mackinnon Stakes (Scenic Shot), Castlemaine Stakes (Prince Salieri), Doomben Cup (Scenic Shot), Brisbane Cup (Scenic Shot), Underwood Stakes (Prince Salieri), P.J. O'Shea Stakes (Scenic Shot, Rough Habit) BTC Cup (Buck's Pride ), Flight Stakes (Tingo Tango), Furious Stakes (Tingo Tango), Sandown Stakes (Prince Salieri), Chelmsford Stakes (Oppressor), Lord Mayor's Cup (Rampant Lion), Tattersall's Members' Cup (Tiny's Finito, Turvey), Courier-Mail Classic (Mirraben), Summer Stakes (Mirraben), Williams Quality (Mirraben), Grafton Cup (Oppressor ), BTC Freshman (Sea Coin), Doomben Dollars (McGinty's Crown), Frazer Handicap (Sir Mountable), Brisbane Handicap (On the Beach), George Moore Stakes (Burdekin Blues), Exhibition Handicap (Post Elect), Bat out of Hell (Burdekin Blues) and Toowoomba Cup (Sherona).