South Australia’s leading jockey for several seasons has moved to Melbourne in a bid to test herself against the best. Having enjoyed spectacular success in her home state since joining the competitive ranks as a fresh-faced 16-year-old in 2012, it was a bold decision to relocate but one which already appears to be paying dividends.
It took just seven races for Kah to deliver her first win as a ‘Victorian’ and she promptly rode her first city winner the following day when she piloted Belwazi to victory at Flemington on Saturday, 19 January.
Whilst she is yet to get off the mark in Group 1s, it is surely only a matter of time before Kah breaks through at racing’s highest level and she may get the chance when she partners Written By in the Oakleigh Plate.
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