Gabriel Saez is a Panamanian horse racing jockey. He began his riding career in his native country in 2004, becoming the leading apprentice jockey in 2005. Saez moved to the United States in February, 2006, and almost instantly became Delaware Park Racetrack's leading jockey that same year. He won his first race as an apprentice in the U.S., and then his first race as a journeyman.
|Born:||February 1, 1988, Port Darien, Panama|
|Career wins:||116 (2007, 2008)|
About Gabriel Saez
Panamanian born horse jockey who has experienced disappointment in multiple Triple Crown races.
He was an apprentice jockey in 2005 before moving to the United States.
He was criticized after the horse he was riding was euthanized immediately after the 2008 Kentucky Derby.
He was born and raised in Panama.
He and Eddie Castro are two of the top Panamanian jockeys in modern horse racing.
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