Jeffrey Fell

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Jeffrey Fell
Occupation Jockey
Born Not found
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Career wins 2,637
Major racing wins

Display Stakes (1974, 1976)
Grey Stakes (1974, 1984)
Cup and Saucer Stakes (1975, 1976, 1984)
Plate Trial Stakes (1976, 1986)
Sir Barton Stakes (1976, 1984)
Canadian Oaks (1976)
Marine Stakes (1976, 1977)
Seaway Stakes (1976, 1977)
Arlington Classic (1978)
Bowling Green Handicap (1978, 1980)
Dwyer Stakes (1978)
Frizette Stakes (1978)
Jamaica Handicap (1978)
Top Flight Handicap (1978)
Alabama Stakes (1979)
Bed O' Roses Handicap (1979)
Carter Handicap (1979)
Cornhusker Handicap (1979)
Donn Handicap (1979)
Hempstead Handicap (1979)
Jim Dandy Stakes (1979, 1980)
Manhattan Handicap (1979)
Whitney Handicap (1979)
Ashland Stakes (1980)
Brooklyn Handicap (1980)
Gulfstream Park Handicap (1980)
Suburban Handicap (1980)
Marlboro Cup (1980)
Mother Goose Stakes (1980)
Toboggan Handicap (1980)
Westchester Handicap (1980, 1982)
Blue Grass Stakes (1981)
Champagne Stakes (1981)
Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (1981)
Wood Memorial Stakes (1981)
Arkansas Derby (1982)
Flamingo Stakes (1982)
Florida Derby (1982)
Spinaway Stakes (1982)
Travers Stakes (1982)
Yankee Handicap (1982)
Coronation Futurity (1984)
Summer Stakes (1984)
Tampa Bay Derby (1985)

Canadian Classic Race wins:
Queen's Plate (1976)
Prince of Wales Stakes (1976)
Racing awards
Canadian Outstanding Apprentice Jockey (1975)
Leading jockey at Woodbine Racetrack
(1975, 1976, 1977, 1984, 1985)
Leading jockey at Hialeah Park (2x)
Avelino Gomez Memorial Award (1989)
Honours
Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (1993)
Significant horses
Alydar, Dauphin Fabuleux, It's In The Air, Norcliffe, Northernette, Pearl Necklace,
Pleasant Colony, Plugged Nickle,
Princess Rooney, Runaway Groom,
Timely Writer, Winter's Tale

Jeffrey J. Fell (born 1956 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) is a retired jockey and a Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame inductee who was also a successful rider in the United States. He was referenced in the song Jeff Fell Dream on the 2009 album Setting the Paces by the rock band BOAT.

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