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Júnior Alvarado three of the 2.000 wins in the US

The barquisimetano is one of the most effective in the American ovals

The Venezuelan jockey Júnior Alvarado continues to climb positions in the main racetracks in the United States and is three wins away from the 2.000 lifetime photos in the land of Uncle Sam.

The man from Barquisimeto went down to the Gulfstream Park season, like many Latino whips, due to the winter that hits the New York racetracks and last Sunday he beat Tiger in Florida to total 1997 awards and 118,957,060 dollars produced in 16 years of campaign, according to the web portal.

Alvarado began his career abroad in 2007, after outstanding performances in Venezuela and is one of the most effective in recent times.

Castilian dominates

Zuliano Javier José Castellano leads the list of Venezuelans with the most lifetime victories at US racetracks.
The Eclipse Award on four consecutive occasions, began its performances in the 1997 season after a short campaign in the Venezuelan circuits and until last week it recorded the sum of 5.597 visits to the winners' venue in 30.998 performances, for a production of 376,562,106 dollars, figures that place him in the 24th position as one of the most race winners of all time and in the first places of those with the highest production.

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The second place among the Venezuelans with the most victories in the United States is occupied by Ramón Alfredo Domínguez, who, in 17 years as a driver of race cars on American ovals, accumulated 4.985 victories and $191.620.278, to end his career as one of the most effective in recent years in the so-called Major Leagues of horse racing.

Another who also appears on the select list is the retired Éibar Coa Monteverde, who ended his professional career in 2011 with 4.080 wins and 129.154.627 dollars, to occupy the third box of Venezuelans with the most winners.

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The Venezuelan jockey will participate in the Pegasus World Cup on Saturday, January 28 at Gulfstream Park.

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