Media, News PremiershipsRace Diary InformationNSW Race ClubsIndustry Forms Stakes PaymentRules, Policies WHSGuide to RacingOnly minutes after champion jockey Hugh Bowman had displayed why he is the best in the business in getting Jolly Honour home at Rosehill Gardens, he was upstaged by Japanese apprentice Akira Kajiya who did the seemingly impossible at Cowra.The three kilogram claimer lost both irons on It’s Business Time, who was scratched from Rosehill’s TAB Highway Handicap, and after attempting to ease the $2.50 favourite out of the race somehow, some way he managed to win it! Best let the vision do the talking”I thought this is just another way I’ve found to get beaten, how he still won it I’ll never know. The horse has done it all completely off his own bat.McRae also confirmed that Kajiya, who was stood down from the rest of his rides after coming off soon after the finish, luckily landed on the softest part if the track. The fall didn’t stop him from dusting himself off for the photos though.”When he was on the ground and told he was won the race he jumped straight back up to get on the horse to ride him in for the photo,” said McRae.Kajiya, who is known as ‘Arky’ around the tracks, didn’t ride for more than ten years before only returning this year.
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