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Craig cam footage of Giga Kick’s work after his break from finishing behind Roch ‘N’ Horse in the Group 1 $3m Darley Champions Sprint (1200m) at Flemington on the 5th of November.
26th November 2022
Richard & Chantelle Jolly
Divine Prophet/Shine On Anna
Thanks to all of the companies and individuals supporting our Ukraine project, we are now only weeks away from sending the next supply load of essential clothing to Ukraine with the ADF (Australian Defence Force).
Please go our Ukraine project page to donate and contact us if you would like to contribute any essential items.
Williams is booked by trainer Tim Fitzsimmons on Mr Black Back in the Group 1 Singapore Gold Cup (2000m) and Golden Monkey in the Class 1 race (1200m).
Craig is one of Australia’s most successful jockeys, but when he is not in the saddle, he is dedicating his time to helping the Ukrainian resistance.
Project: Network 10
29th October 2022
Sacred Falls (NZ)/Fabulist (NZ)
We have continued our Winter Project in Ukraine thanks to everyone who donated. We would like to share a short clip of our team member Tim, who is managing supplies and delivering them across the Polish border.
22nd October 2022
Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
Pride of Dubai/Bella Orfana
22nd October 2022
Territories (IRE)/ Bahamas
Craig and Larysa Williams embarked on a journey to war-torn Ukraine to deliver medical kits and survival packages for soldiers and civilians fighting for their lives and their freedom. Thanks to everyone who contributed to our fundraiser, we were able to safely and successfully deliver the supplies into Ukraine.
We have now launched our ‘Winter Project’, which will allow us to send another substantial amount of supplies to Ukraine, thanks to everyone who contributed. In the next few days, we will release a short documentary showcasing how the donations from our Ukraine fundraiser have improved the lives of the Ukrainian people and their fight for freedom.
Dan O’Sullivan is happy to head straight to the Caulfield Guineas with his stable star Berkeley Square without giving the three-year-old gelding another start.