Venezuelan riders Emisael Jaramillo, Charle Olivero, Santiago González, Sonny León and Daniel Centeno dispute the top spots in the statistics at US racetracks.
Jaramillo won five races last weekend and maintains a close fight for first place in the Gulfstream Park contest with Edgar Zayas, who visited the victors' enclosure four times.
The Venezuelan discounted a race by winning one on Friday, two on Saturday and two on Sunday to reach 79 victories and 2.396.659 dollars against 80 lauros and 2.588.716 dollars that Zayas adds.
This week the fight will continue at the Florida circuit where Jaramillo seeks to obtain a new title in his campaign as a rider.
Charle Oliveros and Santiago González are not far behind and also dominate the Mountainner Casino and Belterra Park harvest, respectively.
Oliveros, with 57 wins and 577.838 dollars, leads in the circuit located in New Cumberland, against 33 photos and 367.210 dollars that Guillermo Rodríguez has, while González, is firmly at the top of the Cincinnati oval with 66 hits and 954.310 dollars against 44 awards. and $ 620.978 that the Venezuelan Sonny León also has, who is in another outstanding year.
Daniel Centeno is the líder of Delaware Park for money produced with the sum of 731.240 dollars, product of 19 wins, against 713.573 dollars that Jame Rodríguez has and 630.662 dollars and 22 won by Carol Cedeño.
Centeno is one of the most successful Venezuelan whips in the United States.
For their part, Ángel Alciro Castillo and Mychel Sánchez, fulfill an outstanding campaign at the Parx Racing circuit, Philadelphia, an oval in which Sánchez occupies the third box by production with 53 wins and $ 1.491.189 and Castillo is in the fifth box with 56 photos and 1.387.170 dollars won.
Venezuelan horsemen continue to excel in the United States and do not miss opportunities.