Jamie Theriot looked skyward after his Filly & Mare Sprint victory aboard Dubai Majesty. Theriot's first Breeders' Cup win was "a lifetime goal for me as a jockey," he said.
Jamie Theriot looked skyward after his Filly & Mare Sprint victory aboard Dubai Majesty. Theriot's first Breeders' Cup win was "a lifetime goal for me as a jockey," he said.
Jamie Theriot looked skyward after his Filly & Mare Sprint victory aboard Dubai Majesty. Theriot's first Breeders' Cup win was "a lifetime goal for me as a jockey," he said.

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