Former German champ Suborics back with treble
Report: Germany, Sunday
THREE-TIME German champion jockey Andreas Suborics, who made his comeback on New Year's Eve after nine months off with a head injury, got back in the winning groove with a treble on Sunday at Dortmund.
Andreas Suborics: rode treblePICTURE: Martin Lynch
The rider's three mounts on Friday at Neuss had all finished in the money without winning but it was a different story at Dortmund.
Keydream (Mario Hofer) and Nasibow (Christian Peterschmitt) both won easily at odds-on, while the locally-trained Goldkaetzchen (Uwe Stoltefuss) scored at a more lucrative 53-10 for the Vienna-born jockey.
Suborics has been one of the leading German-based jockeys for the past two decades with more than 1,500 winners worldwide.
Having announced his retirement in August after sustaining severe head injuries when kicked by a horse in Hong Kong in March, last month he revealed the shock decision to return to the saddle after significant improvement in his condition.