Once again, it was a fantastic weekend for Mauritian jockeys abroad, with eight riders visiting the winner's enclosure.

The fun started on Friday at Awapuni - New Zealand, as brothers Ashvin Mudhoo (Happy Hero - 2nd race) and Jeetesh Mudhoo (Ifndoubtgetout - 6th race). Then at Hobart - Tasmania, Brandon Louis took out the 2nd race on the card, courtesy of Debrief.

Four jockeys proved their worth on Saturday. Karis Teetan put some daylight between himself and the rest of the chasing pack in the race for 3rd position in the Jockeys' Premiership in Hong Kong. He won the first and last races at Sha Tin, courtesy of Divine Era and California Ten. Also scoring a double was Ashvin Goindasamy at Te Rapa - New Zealand. He won the first race on board Even Chance, before doubling the score in the 4th race on board Cool Change. Kavish Chowdhoory and Laqdar Ramoly both scored one win - the former winning the 7th race (Wild Rover) at Riccarton Park - New Zealand, while the latter scored his 150th career win at Ascot - Western Australia, courtesy of Express Time (4th race).

Keshaw Dhurun was the sole jockey to strike yesterday. In action at Geraldton - Australia, he won on board Startrade in the 3rd race on the card.