Stewart Elliott
Toronto, Canada

Currently Residing:
Washington Crossing
Pennsylvania USA

Height: 5'4â
Weight: 110 lb

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Stewart is single. His father Dennis rode six years in Hong Kong and became a trainer thereafter.

Stewart Elliott began his career in 1981 at Keystone Park. He has a phenomenal record at old Atlantic City Race Course. He was a frequent rider at Suffolk Downs, Rockingham, the Maryland tracks, Delaware and Monmouth Park. Jackâs Ruby brought him $108 in his careerâs first win. Elliott suffered a lot with weight gain, got addicted to unhealthy drugs and alcohol and spent a short time in jail followed by rehab for alcohol dependency. He earned the reputation for winning the most number of races at Philadelphia Park. He achieved the landmark of topping three consecutive seasons (2002-2004) in the same racetrack. He completed his 3000th race win on 13th May 2003. He became the first jockey to snatch a winning title in the Kentucky Derby and his horse, Smarty Jones, is the first unbeaten Derby winner since 1977 Seattle Slew. Only after two weeks, Elliott rode Smarty Jones to a path-breaking victory in the second jewel of the US Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing, the Preakness Stakes. While in the third leg of the Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes, Elliotâs Smarty Jones could not post the winning title.

Year Races Run Wins Place Show Earnings
2011 201 50 38 24 -
2010 836 149 127 131 -
2009 812 112 118 117 -
2008 949 163 136 120 -
2006 812 113 144 127 -
2005 860 143 110 141 -
2004 1363 262 211 177 -

Important Wins: â
1999: â Demoiselle Stakes
2004: â Arkansas Derby, Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash, Maryland Million Classic, Remsen Stakes, Tempted Stakes
2005: â Acorn Stakes, Fantasy Stakes
2006: â Blue Hen Stakes, Azeri Breedersâ Cup Stakes
2007: â Southwest Stakes
2008: â Affectionately Handicap, Astoria Stakes
Racing Awards: â
ABC NEWS Person of the Week (2004), Best Jockey ESPY Award (2004)