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Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey

The Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey is an American thoroughbred horse racing honor for jockeys first awarded in 1971. Part of the Eclipse Awards program, it is awarded annually.

In 1995, Russell Baze was honored with the Eclipse Special Award for being the first jockey ever to win 400 or more races in a year for four years in a row.

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