Cape Jock Jets Out

Open contract provides flexibility

Jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe left  for Mauritius on Wednesday to start his riding contract with the stable of Gilbert Rousset on the island.

Bernard Faydherbe

Bernard Fayd’herbe

Bernard has agreed to an “open contract”, which means he can ride in Mauritius as long as he wants and he is looking forward to it.

“I will be riding at my first meeting this coming Saturday, it’s an honour to have been offered this opportunity by Mr Rousset,” Bernard said on Tuesday.

He will be staying in touch via and punters will be able to see him riding on Tellytrack.

Bernard finished third on Mac De Lago in Saturday’s Vodacom Durban July and said: “I want to thank all the owners and trainers in South Africa for their continued and unconditional support.”

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