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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
GLAMOUR jockey Benny Woodworth (pic), who was granted a four-month licence by the Macau Jockey Club (MJC), got off to a flying start in the new racing season in Macau, which started last week, with a double at the Taipa racecourse.
The 31-year-old jockey was successful with Crown Champion in a Class 4 event over 1050m and then with former Kranji-based galloper Lord Nelson in a Class 2 event, also over 1050m.
Crown Champion is trained by Ipoh-born Joseph Lau while Lord Nelson, is trained by former Malayan Racing Association (MRA) licensed trainer Malcolm Thwaites. Woodworth started his apprenticeship with …