I thought he'd get the distance because last time he galloped out so well and he accelerated from the fieldUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Dec 01, 2008
I was lucky to sneak through on the rail when I did. It just all worked outUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 11, 2008
This horse has a huge heart and he showed it todayUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Apr 26, 2010
I was just so impressed he improved off his last raceUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 17, 2010
When I did get in the stretch she was looking and had her ears forward so I did a little screamingUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 09, 2011
Chantal Sutherland (born February 23, 1976 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian model, television personality and jockey in North American Thoroughbred horse racing. She is referred as the Danica Patrick of horse racing. She is known for her appearances on the reality tv show, Jockeys on Animal Planet.
Sutherland grew up in the Toronto, Ontario area where her father owns a horse farm. As a young girl she played competitive field hockey and was invited to try out for Canada's junior World Cup team. She rode horses in equestrian events but after graduating from York University with a degree in communications and psychology, decided to explore the opportunity to ride Thoroughbreds in flat racing.
On October 9, 2000 at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Sutherland won her first career race. The following year she got her big break when she was voted the Sovereign Award as Canada's top apprentice jockey, repeating in 2002 when she was one of Canada’s highest-paid female athletes, earning $5.7 million in purses in eight months. She finished third in the Woodbine standings that year with 124 victories with earnings of $5,751,417. She finished 31st in the national earnings title in that same year as she earned $5,968,460 with victories of 136 and had 754 mounts. She remained in Canada until the end of 2004. In the winter of 2004, she rode the winter months in the Maryland Circuit riding at Laurel Park Racecourse.