Jeremy Rose
Pensylvannia, USA

Currently Residing:
Midland USA

Height: 4'10
Weight: 109 lbs.

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He is single.

Jeremy Rose is a popular racehorse jockey, who has been in the thoroughbred racing circuit of America for the last couple of seasons. Jeremy Rose was a wrestler when he was in high school. He started his career in horse racing with a view to become one of the most prominent jockeys of the United Statesâ horse racing circuit; his first horse racing meet was at Delaware Park in Wilmington, Delaware. He was voted the United Statesâ Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey. He became the leading rider at Delaware Park in 2001 and secured the second spot in 2002. In 2005 Rose rode on Afleet Alex and earned victory in two American classic races - the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes. He worked hard and raced brilliantly to post his 1000th career victory at Delaware Park on July 3, 2005. At the beginning of 2008, the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission suspended Rose for nearly six months; he was charged against whipping Appeal To The City in the head during a June 23rd race at Delaware Park. But, the trainer and owner of the horse claimed that it was a sheer case of accident â the case is under the suspension of appeal. At present, Jeremy rides in Elkton, Maryland.

Year Races Run Wins Place Show Earnings
2011 20 4 2 3 -
2010 730 154 137 108 -
2009 933 210 173 142 -
2008 725 169 144 121 -

American Classic Race wins:- Preakness Stakes (2005) Belmont Stakes (2005)
Racing Awards:- U.S. Champion Apprentice Jockey (2001) Best Jockey ESPY Award (2005)
Major Racing Wins:- Maryland Million Classic (2001, 2002) Miracle Wood Stakes (2003) Arkansas Derby (2005) Forward Gal Stakes (2006) Grey Stakes (2007) Modesty Handicap (2007) Kennedy Road Stakes (2007) All Along Stakes (2008)
He rode Afleet Alex and Big Brown.