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St. Julien, Marlon

(born: 1972  -  died: ) 

Born in Louisiana, St. Julien was the first African American jockey to ride in the Kentucky Derby since 1921: he rode Curule in 2000 and finished 7th. For more see Jet, 05/22/00, vol. 97, issue 24, p. 51.

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