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Nash Rawiller

Nash Rawiller (born December 8, 1974) is a prominent Australian jockey who mainly rides at meetings in Sydney. He started his career riding in Melbourne but moved to Sydney to ride for prominent trainer Gai Waterhouse.[1] His biggest win to date was riding Elvstroem to victory in the 2004 Caulfield Cup.[2] Waterhouse has described Rawiller as "a brilliant rider".[3]

He has ridden in Australia's richest horserace, the Melbourne Cup on several occasions.

Nash has a brother, Brad Rawiller who is also a jockey mainly riding in Victoria.



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