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Cyberhorse 2001
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03/01/02 Waterhouse's Millions Riders Confirmed
The riders of Gai Waterhouse's four Magic Millions 2YO Classic runners for Saturday week have been confirmed.

Both Chuckle, a winner over Lovely Jubly at Rosehill on Saturday, and Sunday Joy, the Tommy Smith Slipper winner have now got confirmed riders after leading jockey Brian York decided Chuckle would be his mount.

York's decision leaves Lenny Beasley to partner the John Singleton owned Sunday Joy.

Chris Munce, who won last year's running of the race with the Waterhouse trained Excellerator, will partner the favourite Snowland. That youngster blitzed his rivals with an impressive win in Sydney on Tuesday.

The remaining Waterhouse runner Obsessions will be ridden by Jim Cassidy. Last start Obsessions ran third (in a field of four) to Sunday Joy and Sir Breakfast in the Tommy Smith Slipper at Doomben.

Jockey Brian York will be hunting for his third win in the race. After winning his first Millions in 1990 aboard St Jude, York doubled his tally when he partnered Our Fiction to a win three years later.

Fellow riders Jim Cassidy and Chris Munce will also be looking for their third victory in the Classic. Cassidy has won on Dancer's Joy (1990) and Catnipped (1998), while last year's winning rider Munce won his first in 1989 aboard the 33/1 pop Sunblazer.

No rider is the race's history is yet to become a winner three times.

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