George Woolf

George Woolf

George Woolf Great Canadian and American jockey of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s.   The George Woolf award is the most formidable jockey award in the nation.   “The Iceman” was a jockey for 19 years during which time he rode 3784 mounts...
Meshach Tenney

Meshach Tenney

Trainer of race horses Childhood friend and business partner of Rex Ellsworth.  Served a mission in Colorado.  Achieved fame in horse racing when he trained the first California bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby. Source: Second...
Johnny Longden

Johnny Longden

Johnny Longden (1907-2003) Hall of Fame He was born in Yorkshire, England.  He was the first to win 6,000 races.  He was also the first to ride 4,000 winners.  He rode Count Fleet to Triple Crown in 1943.  He was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1958. Source: Horse...
Les Hulet

Les Hulet

Les Hulet Hall Of Fame 1999 His official career began in 1970.   Arriving in 1972, He became leading rider at Finger Lakes in 1977 with 158 wins for the year.   He won the title again in 1979 with 160 wins, and in 1980 with 149 wins.   In 1984, Hulet again led the...
Rex Ellsworth

Rex Ellsworth

Rex Ellsworth Breeder of race horses  Childhood friend and business partner of Meshach Tenney.  Served a mission in Africa.  Achieved fame in horse racing when his horse, Swaps, became the first California bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby. Sources: Second...
Wyatt Smith

Wyatt Smith

Wyatt Smith Wyatt is the current National High School Rodeo All-Around Champion and National High School Rodeo Steer Wrestling Champion.  He lives in Rexburg, Idaho.  He is 18 and has just completed his first year in College Rodeo, attending Central Wyoming College. ...
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