Tim Clark (jockey)

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Tim Clark (born 1 August 1986) is a horse racing jockey. He has ridden 496 winners overall in Australia with 2010–2011 his best season to date, in which he rode 97 winners. He started his career in Hong Kong in 2011–2012. He also has a daughter and fellow jockey Raquel Clarke.[ clarification needed ] [1]

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Major Wins

Performance

Seasons
Total Rides
No. of Wins
No. of 2nds
No. of 3rds
No. of 4ths
Stakes won
2011/201225611141719HK$14,463,438

Last update: 13 Feb 2012

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