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Sovereign Award for Outstanding Jockey

The Sovereign Award for Outstanding Jockey is a Canadian thoroughbred horse racing honor given annually since 1975 by the Jockey Club of Canada. Part of the Sovereign Awards, the "Outstanding Jockey" laurel is similar to the Eclipse Award given to jockeys in the United States.


  • 1975 : Hugo Dittfach
  • 1980 : Gary Stahlbaum
  • 1981 : Irwin Driedger
  • 1991 : Mickey Walls



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