12,000 races, more than 1,200 winners on the track, the word “versatile” doesn’t really do justice to the multi-talented jockey and Husslers Team Manager Chris Symons. This accomplished horseman is also passionate about all animals and has his own wildlife sanctuary on the Mornington Peninsula, aptly named “Funky Farm”, along with being an integral part of the Seven Network’s coverage of horse racing.
11 time Group 1 winning jockey Tye Angland brings The NSW Tycoons a genuine competitive edge. Tye understands the intricacies of racing at a level not many can match. He has been there and done that on racing’s big stage and knows what it takes to find an edge for his team. When it comes down to having an ear close to the ground, collecting critical race day intel, this will likely prove a genuine edge for The Tycoons.
Brittany Taylor loves and breathes racing in WA and is the reason why Brittany is the only ambassador who doubles as a team manager as well. She is deeply connected with WA’s training and jockey community, and in doing so, takes her team inside racing’s inner circle. To have someone who gets her team closer to the daily workings of racing than any other manager is without doubt a massive competitive advantage for Western Australia’s Black Hearts.
Twenty years experience in everything QLD racing has to offer puts Steve Morley in the position to give the QLD Rogues a leg up in the competition. Steve has been the manager of Queensland’s largest stud operation Glenlogan Park for the past 20 years and has managed their racing portfolio, which has competed in and won some of Australia’s biggest races. And now Steve will be guiding the QLD Rogues.