Racing Snaps – Sunday, January 16, 2022
Fearless Champion is being readied for his racing engagement by trainer AlBrown.

Fearless Champion is being readied for his racing engagement by trainer Al Brown.

Jockey Aaron Chatrie cooling down before the start of a race. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)

Jockey Roger Hewitt makes his way to the scales.

Trainer Phillip Elliott (left) is in stitches during a chat with jockey Dane Nelson.

Trainer Gary Subratie (right) puts a visor on One Don. At left is trainer Winston Morris.

A member of the starting gate crew makes sure all is well before the gates are opened for a race.

Jockey Aaron Chatrie cooling down before the start of a race. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Jockey Roger Hewitt makes his way to the scales.
Trainer Phillip Elliott (left) is in stitches during a chat with jockey Dane Nelson.
Trainer Gary Subratie (right) puts a visor on One Don. At left is trainer Winston Morris.
A member of the starting gate crew makes sure all is well before the gates are opened for a race.

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