Damien Oliver will captain the jockeys staff in the once a year charity fit, this yr helping natural world.
One of the crucial stars of Australian racing will likely be on display within the 8th annual Nationwide Jockeys’ Believe cricket fit, which is elevating price range for natural world and cattle injured within the bushfires.
The NJT T20 will likely be held at Williamstown Oval on Monday from 1pm, with Damien Oliver to captain the Jockeys’ Crew towards a Racing All-Stars aspect.
The fit is generally one of the vital primary fundraisers for the NJT which supplies help for jockeys and their households in want, and closing yr raised greater than $130,000.
This yr the proceeds will move to Flora and fauna Victoria, WIRES Australian Flora and fauna Rescue Organisation (NSW), Kangaroo Island Flora and fauna Park (SA) and Flora and fauna Rescue Queensland to assist with assist to natural world and cattle suffering from bushfires.
The Jockeys’ staff options riders from round Australia together with Western Australia’s premier rider William Pike, Sydney-based stars Nash Rawiller and Brenton Avdulla and closing season’s Victorian premiership winner Linda Meech.
Mitch Goring and Josh Ledger, who each misplaced their fathers in race falls, are a part of the Jockeys’ staff.
Melbourne Cup-winning instructor Danny O’Brien, Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne and her brother Stevie are a few of the Racing All-Stars which come with quite a few racing media personalities, whilst former Australian cricketer Bryce McGain will captain the aspect.
Racing Victoria’s leader steward Robert Cram and RV’s Greg Wood worker will umpire, whilst well-liked 1992 Melbourne Cup winner Subzero will make an look.
Gates open at 12pm (AEDT) with admission loose.
There is not any race assembly in Victoria on Monday.