Glen Boss — who rode Makybe Diva to a few consecutive Melbourne Cup wins — has introduced he’ll retire after a Caulfield race assembly this weekend.
- Boss used to be the Melbourne Cup-winning jockey from 2003 to 2005
- He additionally received 4 Cox Plates and two Golden Slippers
- Boss’s ultimate race assembly would be the Zipping Vintage
Boss guided Makybe Diva to her 3 Melbourne Cup victories between 2003 and 2005.
He additionally received a bunch of alternative outstanding races, together with the Cox Plate, the VRC Derby and the Golden Slipper.
The 52-year-old’s ultimate race would be the Zipping Vintage at Caulfield on Saturday.
“This determination is one thing I’ve been mulling over for the previous six months and in particular during the last two or 3,” Boss stated in an interview with Ladbrokes.
“I am a type of people who is at all times 100 in line with cent, chips in the entire manner, and I made a promise to myself greater than a decade in the past … that if I were given to the purpose in my using occupation once I wasn’t absolutely dedicated and the entire manner in, then it used to be time to complete.”
Boss stated he had begun to stand mental hurdles past due in his occupation.
“I simply felt I used to be slipping a little bit mentally,” he stated.
“I felt it used to be the fitting time as a result of I’ve such a lot power and I need to put all that power into one thing else, and that is the reason what I’m doing.”
Boss received 90 crew 1 races in Australia, highlighted through his Melbourne Cup triumphs.
He additionally received the 2005 Cox Plate on Makybe Diva, and guided So You Assume (2009), Ocean Park (2012) and Sir Dragonet (2020) to victories within the weight-for-age vintage at Moonee Valley.
Boss’s wins in Sydney incorporated two Golden Slipper salutes on Flying Spur (1995) and Sebring (2008).
He additionally rode Sure Sure Sure to victory in The Everest in 2019 and in the similar 12 months triumphed with Kolding within the inaugural Golden Eagle.