Leading jockey Nash Rawiller’s son Campbell is set to make his race riding debut, with the teenage apprentice booked for three rides at a meeting in the Riverina region of NSW.
Campbell Rawiller, 18, is indentured to trainer Logan McGill at Mornington and the McGill-trained six-year-old gelding Serveur is one of the three horses the apprentice has been booked to ride at Saturday’s non-TAB meeting at Jerilderie.
Rawiller, whose father Nash and uncle Brad are both multiple Group One winning jockeys, is in his first year of Racing Victoria’s Apprentice Jockey Training program.
This weekend also looms as a big occasion for fellow Victorian-based apprentice Will Price who is booked to have his first race rides at Coleraine on Sunday.
Price is the son of Group One-winning South Australian-based jockey Simon Price.