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Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey

The Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey is an American thoroughbred horse racing honor. Created in 1971, it is part of the Eclipse Awards program and is awarded annually to a jockey undergoing their apprenticeship.

Only two female jockeys have won this Eclipse Award. The first was Rosemary Homeister in 1992 and then Emma-Jayne Wilson in 2005.

Past winners:

  • 2009 : Christian Santiago Reyes
  • 2008 : Pascacio Lopez
  • 2004 : Brian Hernandez, Jr.
  • 1999 : Ariel Smith
  • 1997 : Roberto Rosado & Philip Teator (tie)
  • 1996 : Neil Poznansky
  • 1995 : Ramon B. Perez
  • 1994 : Dale Beckner
  • 1993 : Juan Umana
  • 1991 : Mickey Walls
  • 1990 : Mark Johnston
  • 1988 : Steve Capanas
  • 1986 : Allen Stacy
  • 1985 : Art Madrid, Jr.
  • 1983 : Declan Murphy
  • 1982 : Alberto Delgado
  • 1980 : Frank Lovato, Jr.
  • 1978 : Ron Franklin
  • 1975 : Jimmy Edwards
  • 1973 : Steve Valdez
  • 1972 : Thomas Wallis


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