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Freddie Tylicki

02.10.2016, Chantilly, France, Speedy Boarding with Frederik Tylicki up after winning the Longines Prix de l'Opera. Photo FRANK SORGE/Racingfotos.com

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  • 2017 Series win-2nd-3rd - -
  • 2017 Total prize money £

A breakthrough first Group One win for Freddie Tylicki, aboard Speedy Boarding in France in August 2016, was swiftly followed by another aboard the same horse at the Arc meeting.
James Fanshawe, trainer of the filly, initially ruled her out of a tilt at the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes at Ascot 13 days after the latter success but must have been glad he relented because she kept on well under Tylicki to claim second behind Journey.
Tylicki was champion apprentice in 2009 with 60 winners and, after spending the winter riding work in California, began his first year as a fully fledged jockey in good style, only to then spend six months on the sidelines after a fall that shattered his shoulder.
The German-born rider, whose late Polish father, Andrzej, rode almost 1500 winners and was three-times champion jockey in Germany, battled back from his injury and has now enjoyed more than 500 winners.

QIPCO British Champions Series Victories

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BCS Career statistics

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