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Exclusive Interview with Rosemary B Homeister Jr.

Let me Start by saying congratulations on being the top Jockey for the second year in a row at Colonial Downs. A: Thank you very much. Q: What was the name of the first horse you ever rode? A: I dont remember the name of the Horse, but it was for Buddy Edwards and it was the 5th Race at Calder on March 20th of 1992...
 
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Older Comments about Exclusive Interview with Rosemary B Homeister Jr. ...

Actually both her mother and father were Jockeys and she had the same exact name as her mother. So to not confuse bettors, she added Jr to the end of her name. Jr was not her given last name
I was under the impression that JUNIOR was usually, if not always, a male...Times are a changing.

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