Tofane too good for rivals in G1 Tatts Tiara
Rejuvenated mare Tofane has become the third horse to claim the Stradbroke Handicap-Tattersalla’s Tiara ... Read More
Tofane wins Stradbroke Handicap
A decision not to sell Tofane at a recent sale has paid a $1 million dividend after the mare flew down the outside to ... Read More
Tiger earns stripes in Sires’ blowout
Memories of the great Mahogany came flooding back for Michael Freedman as the trainer and his brother Richard ... Read More
Only Words comes up Roses at Doomben
Only Words has underlined her Queensland Oaks credentials with an important win.
Top jockey Craig Williams is keen ... Read More
Williams honours dying man
The story of Nigel Latham has gone all around the world, after Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Craig Williams paid tribute ... Read More
Forever lasts on Geelong debut
Craig Williams suggested all-the-way two-year-old debut winner Forever And A Day is destined for more success in races ... Read More
Pale King remains unbeaten
British import Pale King extended his unbeaten record to three when winning his first metropolitan race at Sandown ... Read More
Metro jockeys snare Rapid Racing series
Just as he did last year, Craig Williams secured an 11th-hour victory for the Metro jockeys against their Country ... Read More
Oakleigh Plate talk for All Banter
Adelaide trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly will look at the Group 1 Oakleigh Plate with All Banter after she just ... Read More
Tralee Rose easily wins Bagot
With a choice Kiwi pedigree, she is something of a product of the past, but Tralee Rose stamped herself a stayer of the ... Read More
Welcome To The Official Craig Williams Website
Craig was granted his jockey apprenticeship to his father Allan Williams in 1993 and his first winner on a metropolitan racetrack came later that year at Caulfield on ‘Pearl Prince’.
Craig’s family has a long and successful history in racing - his father Allan Williams was one of Melbourne’s top jockeys before injury forced him to retire from riding. Allan became a Group 1 winning trainer while his grandfather was respected Melbourne trainer Tom Harrison. His uncle is Doug Harrison, also a group-winning trainer who is held in high esteem in Melbourne. Craig’s cousin Travis Harrison was a top apprentice jockey when he was sadly killed in a car accident and Travis remains an inspiration to him.
Craig gained his Jockey ‘A’ licence with the Victoria Racing Club in September 1997 and remains the youngest jockey to win the Cranbourne Cup. His first Group 1 winner was the Australasian Oaks for trainer Lee Freedman and has gone on to win numerous Group 1 races locally and internationally.