Following the first day of the Attitude Hotels International Jockeys Weekend 2019, Brazil's Manöel Nunes leads the way in the Jockeys' competition with 24 points. He took out the 2nd race of the day aboard Greatfiveeight, while he further boosted his points total with 3 second-place finishes on Seven Carat, Memphis Mafia and Vascostreettractor.

Sitting in 2nd place is New Zealand's Jason Collett with 19 points, largely thanks to his wins on Ovation Award and Silver Song, while England's Jason Watson and Chile's Manuel Martinez are tied for 3rd with 17 points.

Nooresh Juglall, Surendar Srinath, Jameer Allyhosain and John Powell, who all won one race apiece today, are all in double figures on the log.

Jockeys Standings
1. Manoel Nunes (Brazil) 24 points
2. Jason Collett (New Zealand) 19 points
3. Jason Watson (England)/Manuel Martinez (Chile) 17 points
5. Nooresh Juglall (Mauritius)/Surendar Srinath (India) 14 points
7. Jameer Allyhosain (Mauritius) 12 points
8. John Powell (Singapore) 11 points
9. Aurelien Lemaitre (France)/Randall Simons (South Africa) 5 points
11. Nishal Teeha (Mauritius) 4 points
12. Derreck David (South Africa) 2 points

In the Trainers' competition, Preetam Daby is at the top top with 31 points, largely thanks to the trio of Valerin, Greatfiveeight and Silver Song winning, and both Till Dawn and Consul Of War finishing 3rd. Amar Sewyal, champion trainer in last year's Attitude Hotels International Jockeys Weekend, sits in 2nd with 22 points, while Shirish Narang is in 3rd with 20 points.

Trainers Standings
1. Preetam Daby 31 points
2. Amar Sewdyal 22 points
3. Shirish Narang 20 points
4. Gilbert Rousset 18 points
5. Patrick Merven 12 points
6. Shyam Hurchund 10 points
7. Chitranjan Ramdin 9 points
8. Ricky Maingard 6 points
9. Vincent Allet 5 points
10. Jean-Michel Henry/Rameshwar Gujadhur 3 points
12. Praveen Nagadoo/Alain Perdrau 2 points
14. Ramapatee Gujadhur 1 point