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Enrique M. Jurado

Enrique M. Jurado (born October 12, 1976 in Lima, Peru is a Thoroughbred racehorse jockey in the United States. He rode for three years at Monterrico Racecourse in the Lima suburb of Santiago de Surco before emulating his countryman Edgar Prado and emigrated to the U.S. in 1994 where he began riding at racetracks in Florida.

Among his better known hoses, Jurado rode the talented gelding, Sir Bear.



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