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Keogh back in the saddle

06 / 09 / 2011 Article by: Editor
Ronan Keogh winning aboard the Gary White-trained Heaven's Choice in Launceston in January - Keogh has three rides for the White stable on Sunday at his first meeting back in the saddle
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RONAN KEOGH will make his return to race riding at Tattersall’s Park on Sunday.

Keogh has been sidelined with a broken collarbone that has kept him sidelined for about two months.

Keogh was Tasmania’s leading apprentice in 2010 and was runner-up to Talia Rodder last season, although breaking his left collarbone twice and in the same place kept him out of the saddle for about one-third of the racing season.

Keogh has taken only a few rides for his first meeting back but he expects to have a full book at the following meeting in Launceston on September 18.

He also will apply to Racing Services Tasmania for an extension on his apprenticeship given he missed such a great part of last season through injury.

Listen to what Ronan Keogh had to say about his pending return – click here .