Jeremy Rose (born April 1, 1979 in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse jockey. He began his career as a professional rider at Delaware Park in Wilmington, Delaware and in 2001 was his breakout year and he was voted the United States' Eclipse Award for Outstanding Apprentice Jockey.
|Born||April 1, 1979|
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Career wins||1700+ (ongoing)|
|Major racing wins|
|Maryland Million Classic (2001, 2002)|
West Virginia Governor's Stakes (2002)
Miracle Wood Stakes (2003)
Arkansas Derby (2005)
Forward Gal Stakes (2006)
Endine Stakes (2007)
Grey Stakes (2007)
Modesty Handicap (2007)
Kennedy Road Stakes (2007)
All Along Stakes (2008)
Arlington Matron Handicap (2008)
Highlander Stakes (2009)
Remington Springboard Mile Stakes (2009)
Laurel Dash Stakes (2011)
Pennsylvania Governor's Cup Stakes (2011)
|U.S. Champion Apprentice Jockey (2001)|
Best Jockey ESPY Award (2005)
|Afleet Alex, Big Brown, Icabad Crane|
In 2005, Rose guided Afleet Alex, to victory in two American Classic Races, the Preakness and Belmont Stakes. His performances that year earned him the ESPY Award as the top American jockey of 2005. He earned his 1000th career victory at Delaware Park on July 3, 2005.
In 2008, Rose was suspended for six months by the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission for whipping Appeal to the City in the head during a June 23 race at Delaware Park. Rose, the horse's trainer and its owner, have asserted it was an accident and the suspension is under appeal.
Jeremy Rose currently resides in Elkton, Maryland.
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- "Jockey Jeremy Rose Suspended After Whip Incident at Delaware Park". Archived from the original on 2011-07-23. Retrieved 2008-06-27.
- Finley, Bill. "From Jockeying for a Mount to the Derby." New York Times: D.7. New York Times. May 03 2005. Web. 31 May 2012.