Glen Boss to return to Australia
Champion jockey Glen Boss is set to return to Australia and plans to ride in Melbourne from as early as next month.
Boss, who has been based in Singapore for the past three years, said he feels the time is right to resume his career in Australia and is looking at Brisbane as his potential base.
“I’ll be back in Melbourne at the end of the month, I’ll be riding there initially, and I’ll have some discussions and work out from there where I stay,” he said.
“I’d imagine I might be in Melbourne for a month or so, it depends if things kick off but I’m thinking Brisbane is where I might land.
“I’ll aim to skip up to Brisbane for the carnival and hopefully that is how I’ll play it, be based somewhere but travel around for the carnivals.”
Boss, who won the Doncaster Mile on Brutal in Sydney last month, said he is feeling rejuvenated and
keen to make his presence felt once again in Australia.
“I feel fresh and if anything, I feel going to Singapore has prolonged my career,” he said.
“Things happen for a reason at the time and I’ve enjoyed my time here, I really have, it has been great fun and I think great for my career.
“But I’m ready to come home now, I want to finish my career in Australia.”
While keen to initially get the ball rolling in Melbourne, Boss feels Brisbane and a return to Queensland is most likely.
“At this stage I’m thinking Brisbane could be the best option for me,” he said.
“Who knows, things might get going in Melbourne and that could change but I like what is happening in Queensland at the moment, I think they are starting to move forward and I would like to be a part of it.”
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