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Scobie Breasley Medal

The Scobie Breasley Medal is an annual Jockeys award, first presented by Racing Victoria Limited in 1996, that recognises excellence in race riding on Melbourne racetracks. Votes are cast by racing stewards at each meeting and are awarded on a 3-2-1 basis to what they deem to be the best ride of the day. [1]


  • 2009 Craig Williams [2]
  • 2008 Craig Williams
  • 2007 Craig Williams
  • 2006 Craig Williams
  • 2000 Brett Prebble
  • 1998 Greg Childs
  • 1997 Steven King



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