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Sebastian Murphy

Sebastian Murphy (Born 1990 in Ballarat, Victoria) is an Apprentice Thoroughbred horse racing jockey.

Sebastian is the son of Champion Australian jockey Garry Murphy and is currently working under Ballarat trainer Darren Weir.[1].

Murphy rode in the 2007 Melbourne Cup[2] aboard the Michael Moroney trained horse, Sarrera.

Murphy is currently ranked fourth overall in Australia for 2008 and is the leading Australian Apprentice.[3]

Sebastian Murphy won his first Group 1 race on Saturday the 7th of June when he rode the Mike Moroney trained Mr Baritone to victory in the Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm.[4]


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