I didn't really have a preference where to have her in the raceUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 23, 2010
He was very relaxed, but they went pretty fast in frontUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Nov 01, 2010
We circled the field but we saved ground on the second turnUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Apr 25, 2011
She broke very sharply today and got us into the race earlyUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Sep 05, 2011
He broke good, but a little bit on the outside, so I just took him back, saved a little bit of ground around the turnUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Sep 19, 2011
Just A Game Handicap (2006) First Lady Stakes (2006, 2008) Spinster Stakes (2006) Palomar Breeders' Cup Handicap (2007) Beverly D. Stakes (2006) Arlington Handicap (2006, 2007) Secretariat Stakes (2007) Cash Call Mile (2007) Golden Rod Stakes (2007) Victory Ride Stakes (2007) American Oaks (2008) Regret Stakes (2008) Pan Zareta Handicap (2008) Diana Handicap (2008, 2009) West Virginia Derby (2008) Sunshine Millions Classic (2009) Holy Bull Stakes (2009,2011) Oaklawn Handicap (2009) Santa Anita Handicap (2009) Bonnie Miss Stakes (2009) Jenny Wiley Stakes (2009) Churchill Downs Stakes (2009) Turf Classic Stakes (2009) Lone Star Park Handicap (2009) Humana Distaff Handicap (2009) Northern Dancer Stakes (2009) Chicago Handicap (2009) Churchill Downs Debutante Stakes (2009) Modesty Handicap (2009) Flower Bowl Invitational Handicap (2009) Falls City Handicap (2009) Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes (2009) Personal Ensign Stakes (2009) Allaire duPont Distaff Stakes (2009)
Julien R. Leparoux (born July 15, 1983 in Senlis, Oise, France) is a Champion jockey currently racing in the United States.
Leparoux, grew up in a racing family, the son of a jockey turned assistant trainer. He worked at the Chantilly Racecourse as a stable hand and in January 2003 emigrated to California to work as an exercise rider for fellow Frenchman, trainer Patrick Biancone. He embarked on his professional riding career in the summer of 2005 at Saratoga Race Course where he earned his first win on August 18. He finished the 2006 Saratoga meet with 28 wins, the most in track history by an apprentice. In 2006 he was also the leading winning jockey during the Turfway Park winter/spring meet, Churchill Downs spring/summer meet, and Keeneland Race Course spring meet (where he tied with Rafael Bejarano).