Keyword: Jimmy Winkfield

  • Strummer, with Norberto Arroyo. Jr. aboard, wins Tthe Jimmy Winkfield Stakes Monday at Aqueduct.

    Clampdown for Strummer in Jimmy Winkfield

    Strummer won his third straight race Monday, taking Aqueduct's Martin Luther King Jr. Day feature, the $70,135 Jimmy Winkfield for 3-year-olds at six furlongs.

  • Winkfield Honored by House of Representatives

    Jimmy Winkfield, an African-American jockey who won back-to-back editions of the Kentucky Derby, has been honored in a resolution passed by the United States House of Representatives May 5.

  • Back-to-back Derby winner Jimmy Winkfield featured on evening news.

    CBS News to Feature Jockey Winkfield

    African-American jockey Jimmy Winkfield, who won back-to-back runnings of the Kentucky Derby at the turn of the 20th century, is the subject of a feature on the CBS "Evening News" that will air today, Monday, Jan. 17.

  • Speed Dominates First Jimmy Winkfield Line-up

    Six 3-year-old sprinters vie in the first running of the $75,000-added Jimmy Winkfield Stakes, named for one of the greatest African-American jockeys of all time, highlighting Aqueduct's Martin Luther King Jr. Day program Monday.

  • Aqueduct Names Stakes in Honor of Jockey Winkfield

    Aqueduct has named a stakes race in honor of the late Hall of Fame jockey Jimmy Winkfield. The inaugural $75,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes will be held on Martin Luther King Day (Jan. 17, 2005) and is for 3-year-old fillies going six furlongs.

  • Skip Away joins five others entering Racing Hall of Fame.

    Racing Hall of Fame Ceremony Aug. 9

    Three humans and three horses will be honored when The National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame inducts its 2004 class Aug. 9 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Public Invited to Racing Hall of Fame Day Celebrations

    The public is invited to the National Museum of Racing's annual Hall of Fame Ceremony, Monday, Aug. 9 at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion. Members of the Hall of Fame Class of 2004 include trainer Claude "Shug" McGaughey, jockeys Kent Desormeaux and Jimmy Winkfield, and Thoroughbred champions Bowl of Flowers, Flawlessly, and Skip Away.

  • Winkfield, Bowl of Flowers Elected to Hall of Fame

    Internationalist Jimmy Winkfield, who won two turn-of-the-century Kentucky Derbys, and Bowl of Flowers, a two-time filly champion of the 1960s, have been elected to the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame.