Oscar White

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Oscar White
Occupation Trainer
Born August 27, 1908
Pittsville, Maryland
Died April 1983
Pittsville, Maryland
Career wins Not found
Major racing wins

Saratoga Special Stakes (1942, 1944)
Belmont Futurity Stakes (1944)
Hopeful Stakes (1944)
Jersey Derby (1945, 1946)
Whitney Handicap (1945)
Jerome Handicap (1946)
Jockey Club Gold Cup (1946, 1952)
Massachusetts Handicap (1946)
Peter Pan Stakes (1946)
Travers Stakes (1946, 1952, 1958)
Beldame Stakes (1947)
Havre de Grace Handicap (1948)
Manhattan Handicap (1948)
Monmouth Oaks (1949)
Acorn Stakes (1951)
Alabama Stakes (1951)
Delaware Oaks (1951)
Gazelle Stakes (1951)
Delaware Handicap (1950, 1952)
Firenze Handicap (1953)
Molly Pitcher Stakes (1969)
Maskette Handicap (1969)

American Classic Race wins:
Belmont Stakes (1945, 1952)
Delaware Park Racetrack Wall of Fame
Significant horses
Pavot, One Count, Kiss Me Kate

Oscar White (August 27, 1908 - April, 1983) was an American Thoroughbred horse racing trainer who twice won the third leg of the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. In 1941, he took over training duties for the prominent racing stable of Walter and Sarah Jeffords when Buddy Hirsch left to serve in World War II with the United States Army.[1]

Oscar White's best horses were:

In 2011, Oscar White was elected to Delaware Park Racetrack's Wall of Fame.[3]