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July 22, 2012 - Sar
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Born in Paris, France on November 1 1965 and lives in Palm City, Florida. He is married to Valerie and they have two children, Charlotte and Miguel. He started his racing career with his father, Miguel, who was a trainer in France (his brother, Nicolas, is now a top trainer in Chantilly, France). He then worked for the Head family, in France, before going to work for Shug McGaughey in New York in 1987.
Dominguez was the 2010 & 2011 Eclipse Award winner for Outstanding Jockey. In 2011, his mounts earned an incredible $19,364,256, and in 2001 and 2003 he lead the nation in number of victories. Dominguez has two Breeders' Cup wins to his credit including the 2011 Breeders' Cup Juvenile aboard Hansen. He recently was chosen as the recipient for the prestigious George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award for his career achievements and personal character.
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Son of exceptional young turf sire War Front is a half brother to Grade One Hollywood Starlet winner Laragh and was last seen when winning the Duluth Stakes over a mile at Saratoga in July. Three-year-old was very impressive when the useful Howe Great in the Grade Three Hill Prince Stakes, also over a mile, two back showing great acceleration once in the clear after being badly boxed in deep stretch. Colt is now a perfect five-for-five on grass with his lone losses coming when tried on the main tracks at Belmont and Keeneland and is trained by one of the nation’s leading turf trainers Christophe Clement. Mount of regular rider Ramon Dominguez has not been tried at more than a mile but his pedigree indicates that this longer distance should not be a problem and bay, who posted a five furlong work in 58 2/5 at Saratoga ten days ago, can get a good trip running from off an expected decent pace.