The Jockeys' Guild
Jockey of the Week
is selected each week
by a panel of industry experts.

November 17, 2014
Julien Leparoux
named
Jockey of the Week

Other News

Quiz #7

Quiz #7 is underway

Only one female rider swept New York's Triple Tiara. If you remember who, you might win a pair of goggles autographed by Kent Desormeaux in this week's JockeyTalk360 Quiz! Hurry, Quiz closes Sunday afternoon... Read More

George Woolf Award finalists announced

George Woolf Award finalists announced

Santa Anita Park has announced five finalists for the prestigious Santa Anita George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award, with the winner to be announced on HRTV in February following a vote of jockeys nationwide. Read More

Forest Boyce heads to Fair Grounds

Forest Boyce heads to Fair Grounds

Forest Boyce, who has won nearly 350 races in Maryland during the past five years, will move her tack to Fair Grounds for the winter after receiving a call from recently retired rider Rosie Napravnik, who sat atop the jockey standings at the New Orleans track the past three years Read More

UK to mark National Jockey Day

UK to mark National Jockey Day

National Jockey Day is to be launched at Haydock's Betfair Chase meeting on Saturday to raise awareness and recognise the relentless and dangerous work jockeys do. The initiative is being supported by online bookmaker Betfair, the Injured Jockeys Fund and Haydock racecourse. Read More

Rosie Napravnik honored at Churchill Downs ceremony

Rosie Napravnik honored at Churchill Downs ceremony

Saturday marked an emotional afternoon beneath the Twin Spires, as Churchill Downs and the City of Louisville celebrated the extraordinary career of Rosie Napravnik, the first female rider to capture the Kentucky Oaks (twice), the Breeders’ Cup Distaff and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. Read More

Jane Magrell injured at Thistledown

Jane Magrell injured at Thistledown

In her last mount of the card in the 9th race Jane Magrell's horse, 4 year-old Aggie H who finished 7th collapsed just past the wire causing Magrell to take a very hard spill and lose consciousness. Read More