Guest Host: Susan Page

Jimmy Winkfield was once one of the best jockeys in the world. He won back to back Kentucky Derbies and countless big races but moved to Europe after racism drove him from America. The story of how he outraced his opponents and the great historical events of his time.

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  • Ed Hotaling Author of "The Great Black Jockeys" and "They're Off! Horse Racing at Saratoga," is an Emmy-award winning reporter.

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