As the son of  legendary Australian jockey, George Moore, Gary had the ultimate mentor to develop the skills required to take him to the top both as a jockey and later as a trainer. Gary learnt from his father and from the gifted horsemen he was associated with, first in his native Australia, and then on the world stage in places such as France, England and Hong Kong. Gary was successful against the best Lester Piggott, Yves Saint Martin to name but a few.



Consider Gary’s achievements in the saddle -

  • He was Champion Jockey in France and is the only living Australian jockey to have won the Prix de l’Arc De Triomphe winning on Gold River in 1981 (see video below).
  • He was Champion Jockey in Hong Kong 7 times
  • He won the Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby) on Bering, the One Thousand Guineas on Ravinella and the Prix Diane (French Oaks) on Esclaine.
  • He rode Pre Catalan to victory in the 1985 Silver Slipper on a rare visit to Australia and also rode alongside his father in the 1968 Melbourne Cup.

And when it came time to swap the saddle and whip for the stopwatch, Gary seamlessly slipped into the role of Champion trainer.

  • Champion Trainer in Macau 8 times
  • Gr.1 winning trainer in Australia

So you can see, as a trainer Gary brings over 50 years experience to the table to give your horse the best opportunity to succeed.