John A. Reid
John A. Reid
John Andrew Reid (born August 6, 1955 in Banbridge County Down, Northern Ireland is a retired flat race jockey. Reid served as an apprentice in his native Ireland to Leslie Crawford, before moving to England and joining Verley Bewicke. His first Classic victory came in the 1982 1,000 Guineas aboard On The House. His first major group 1 race win came in the 1978 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Ile De Bourbon.
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John Reid's Cardinal Corner column: Things are about to get hotter for Cardinal - San Jose Mercury News
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Stanford proved it can stand the 87-degree heat in Durham, NC, pulling away from Duke for a 44-14 win on Saturday. That should prove beneficial when the 2-0 Cardinal play in predicted 96-degree heat in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday in its
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Shaquille O'Neal discusses retirement, NBA, future - NOLA.com
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By John Reid, The Times Picayune There is no debate that Shaquille O'Neal will be a first-ballot selection into the Basketball Hall of Fame. There also is no debate that O'Neal, who retired from the NBA in June after 19 seasons, was one of the league's
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UK 'faces continued terror threat' - The Press Association
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Former home secretary John Reid has warned that the passage of time since the September 11 attacks "should not blind us to the continuing threat from terrorism". Lord Reid of Cardowan released a statement ahead of the 10th anniversary of the attacks in
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John Reid's Cardinal Corner column: Gardner, Stephens plug holes in first starts - San Jose Mercury News
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Stanford defensive end Ben Gardner didn't take long to make something happen in his debut as a starter. On San Jose State's third play from scrimmage in Stanford's 57-3 rout Saturday, Gardner busted through to sack Spartans quarterback
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Neil Lennon verdict will 'seriously damage' fight against bigots - Scotsman
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FORMER home secretary John Reid has warned the failure to secure a conviction of a football fan for an incident involving Celtic manager Neil Lennon had dealt a hammer blow to the Scottish Government's hopes of stamping out sectarianism
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John Reid column: Stanford has right coach, if he doesn't bolt for greener ... - San Jose Mercury News
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It must be a relief for backers of Stanford football that they don't have Jim Harbaugh to worry about anymore. As Stanford readies to host San Jose State today at 2 pm, I couldn't help but think of all the times the question of Harbaugh
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Agony of family destroyed by senseless killing of son - Herald Scotland
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Main picture: Gordon Terris john reid: Admitted culpable homicide of Simon San. They were a family who worked tirelessly over three decades to build up their new lives after fleeing Vietnam 30 years ago. But their efforts were destroyed with just one ... - -
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People Moves - www.waterstechnology.com
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Other departures in the reorganization included chief marketing officer Lee Ann Daly, managing director of global sales and customer service Joerg Floeck and global head of human resources for the markets division, John Reid-Dodick
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Defensive end Jeff Charleston back in the fold with the New Orleans Saints - NOLA.com
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By John Reid, The Times Picayune Saying it was an easy decision, backup defensive end Jeff Charleston, who has been with the New Orleans Saints since 2008, re-signed with the team Saturday. To make room, New Orleans released defensive end Curtis
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Reid column: First-year coach Shaw on a quest, must answer questions - San Jose Mercury News
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Many questions face Stanford football coach David Shaw as he runs his first practice as Chief Cardinal on Monday. Does he have the timber to follow in Jim Harbaugh's footsteps? Harbaugh took Stanford to a 12-1 record and a decisive Orange
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Veteran NBA point guard TJ Ford foresees league missing games - NOLA.com
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By John Reid, The Times Picayune Veteran NBA guard TJ Ford is hoping the league's owners and players association will reach an agreement to end the league's first stoppage since the 1998-99 season. But with the two sides still significantly apart on a
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Bollier stuns 200 fly field at US Nationals - San Jose Mercury News
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Stanford's Bobby Bollier heard his fan club at Wednesday's US swimming championships, even though he was in the farthest lane away from them. Bollier, playing the role of the underdog at Avery Aquatic Center, stunned the men's 200-meter
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 1999
    Age 44
    Reid considered retirement in 1999 after a heavy fall at Kempton Park, but kept going for another two years until announcing his retirement in September 2001, and becoming president of the Jockeys Association.
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  • 1997
    Age 42
    John Reid was made an MBE in 1997 for his services to horse racing. In total, John Reid rode 1,937 winners in the UK, and gained 48 international Group 1 race victories during his career. In 1987, on the BBC's television sports quiz A Question of Sport, Emlyn Hughes famously mistook a heavily-muddied picture of Princess Anne on a horse to be Reid.
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    Reid won this race for a second time in 1997 on Swain, when the top-class thoroughbreds Helissio, Singspiel and Pilsudski were all beaten off.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1988
    Age 33
    He also won the 1988 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe on Tony Bin.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 23
    His first major Group 1 race win came in the 1978 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Ile de Bourbon.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1955
    Age 0
    Born in 1955.
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