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Peb's artwork depicts Eddie Delahoussaye, U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey.

Delahoussaye won seven Breeders' Cup races over the course of his career and claimed the Kentucky Derby riding Gato Del Sol in 1982 and Sunny’s Halo in 1983.

In his 34…

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Peb's artwork depicts Ted Atkinson, U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey.

Ted Atkinson (1916-2005) began riding professionally at the age of 21. In his first decade of riding he rose to America’s leading jockey by wins and money earned (1944).…

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Peb's artwork depicts Bill Shoemaker, U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey, atop his four Kentucky Derby winners: Ferdinand, Lucky Debonair, Tomy Lee, and Swaps.

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey Steve Cauthen.

Steve Cauthen, son of a farrier and trainer, rode his first race at the age of 16. Within his first year of professional riding, he became America’s top rider by wins (1977).…

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. jockey Donna Barton Brothers. Brothers began her 11-year racing career in 1987. At her retirement in 1998, she had won 1,130 races with earnings exceeding $18.6 million. Brothers began working as an on-air racing analyst in…

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey Braulio Baeza.

Braulio Baeza (b. 1940) was born in Panama and moved to the U.S. in 1960 after racing professionally for five years. His 1960 win at Keeneland, his first race in the States,…

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey Johnny Sellers.

Sellers (1937-2010) began riding professionally in 1955 with a career peak in the 1960s. He finished in the top 10 nationally in earnings five times that decade and won both the…

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith.

Within a decade of receiving his jockey license at the age of 16, Smith rose to prominence as one of America’s leading jockeys. He set the North American Stakes record with 62…

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Peb's artwork depicts jockey Chris Antley sketching a caricature of the artist.

Chris Antley (1966-2000) began riding professionally in 1983. By 1985, he was North America’s leading jockey by wins. Antley won his first Kentucky Derby in 1991…

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Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame jockey Angel Cordero, Jr.

Cordero moved from his native Puerto Rico to the States to ride professionally in 1962. He became the first jockey to earn more than $9 million in a season in 1982, and he…
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