Could a female jockey ride the winning horse to victory in the Triple Crown races?
Sure, do you know any who are likely to be placed on one of the horses? The only female jockey I think would have a chance of getting the ride is Chantal Sutherland. I don't think she has ever been in a TC race and can't think of any other female jockeys who have been either. Obviously the more female jockeys there are on the TC the better one has to win.
Sure, Rosie Napravnik. She was the first female jockey to ride the winning horse in the Louisiana Derby, with Pants on Fire.
By all means it could be a female! I would love to see it happen. But of course being a female that may be a bias opinion. Hehehehe!
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