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Gawler: The Stats That Matter

With Metropolitan racing heading to Gawler on Saturday, we look at which jockeys and trainers have the best records at the track.

Season Leaders


Richard Jolly – 6 wins from 16 starts at 37.5%

Phillip Stokes – 6 wins from 40 starts at 15%

Gary Searle – 6 wins from 46 starts at 13%


Jamie Kah – 14 wins from 60 starts at 23.3%

Jake Toeroek – 8 wins from 49 starts at 16.3%

Jason Holder – 6 wins from 34 starts at 17.6%


Richard Jolly, Phillip Stokes and Gary Searle are sharing training honours at Gawler this season each training six winners. Richard Jolly has a magnificent strike rate at the track this season and he will saddle up seven runners on Saturday. Local trainer Gary Searle had a day out last Wednesday at Gawler with a training treble and will have four runners on Saturday including last start winners Copernicus and Lady Silhouette.

Jamie Kah has been on fire this season and it's no surprise she's on top of the table at Gawler. She has a full book of rides as she looks to add to her 119 winners for the season. Jake Toeroek has also had some success at Gawler this season notching up 8 of his 37 winners at the track.


Since 2013


Phillip Stokes – 38 winners

Tony McEvoy – 35 winners

David Jolly – 30 winners

Richard Jolly – 28 winners

Gary Searle – 26 winners


Jason Holder – 54 winners at 19.4%

Dom Tourneur – 42 winners at 14.2%

Matt Neilson – 38 winners at 17.1%

Jamie Kah – 35 winners at 15.2%

Jake Toeroek – 35 winners at 12.2%


Phillip Stokes and Tony McEvoy have been dominant at Gawler over the last five years and both have multiple winning chances on Saturday. Stokes has six runners while McEvoy has three.  

54 winners over five years for Jason Holder has him miles ahead of his rivals at Gawler. In 2015 he rode 18 winners at the track, the most of any jockey in one year over the last five years. He has seven rides on Saturday including one of the favourite, Chosen Angel in Race 2.   


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