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Edward Retz "Eddie" Maple (born November 8, 1948, in Carrollton, Ohio) is a retired American thoroughbred horse racing jockey. One of eight siblings, he is an older brother to jockey Sam Maple, who won more than 2,500 races. Maple began riding horses at age 12, and won his first race as a professional at age 17 at Ascot Park in Akron. Ohio. He spent his early career in Ohio and West Virginia, moving to tracks in New Jersey in 1970, but then relocated to New York in 1971. Maple was inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame in 2009.

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  • إدي مابل (بالإنجليزية: Eddie Maple)‏ هو فارس أمريكي، ولد في 8 نوفمبر 1948 في كارولتون في الولايات المتحدة. (ar)
  • Edward Retz "Eddie" Maple (born November 8, 1948, in Carrollton, Ohio) is a retired American thoroughbred horse racing jockey. One of eight siblings, he is an older brother to jockey Sam Maple, who won more than 2,500 races. Maple began riding horses at age 12, and won his first race as a professional at age 17 at Ascot Park in Akron. Ohio. He spent his early career in Ohio and West Virginia, moving to tracks in New Jersey in 1970, but then relocated to New York in 1971. Maple was the jockey for Hall of Fame horse Riva Ridge in the 1973 Marlboro Cup, getting the ride when regular jockey Ron Turcotte rode Secretariat to victory in the same race. His strong 2nd-place performance earned him the opportunity of a lifetime later that year, when Turcotte was suspended from riding for five days; Maple rode Secretariat to victory in his last race, the Canadian International Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack. In 1982, Maple scored his second win in the Canadian International with Majesty's Prince. In 1980, Maple won the Belmont Stakes aboard Temperence Hill, and won again in 1985 on Creme Fraiche. He competed in nine Kentucky Derbys, his best finish being a second place in 1982 behind winner Gato Del Sol. Among his other major victories, Maple won the Travers Stakes three times, the Kentucky Oaks, the Arlington Million, and the 1991 Italian 1,000 Guineas (Premio Regina Elena) in Rome, Italy. In 1995, Maple was voted the George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award, and in 1998, the Mike Venezia Memorial Award. He retired in 1998 with 4,398 wins. He and his wife ran a retail home and garden store on Long Island, New York until 2005, when they sold the business and took on the position of General Manager at the Rose Hill Plantation Equestrian Boarding And Teaching Center in Bluffton, South Carolina. Maple was inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame in 2009. (en)
  • Eddie Maple, född 8 november 1948 i Carrollton, Ohio, är en amerikansk före detta jockey. Han är en äldre bror till jockeyn , som tog mer än 2 500 segrar under sin karriär. (sv)
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  • إدي مابل (بالإنجليزية: Eddie Maple)‏ هو فارس أمريكي، ولد في 8 نوفمبر 1948 في كارولتون في الولايات المتحدة. (ar)
  • Eddie Maple, född 8 november 1948 i Carrollton, Ohio, är en amerikansk före detta jockey. Han är en äldre bror till jockeyn , som tog mer än 2 500 segrar under sin karriär. (sv)
  • Edward Retz "Eddie" Maple (born November 8, 1948, in Carrollton, Ohio) is a retired American thoroughbred horse racing jockey. One of eight siblings, he is an older brother to jockey Sam Maple, who won more than 2,500 races. Maple began riding horses at age 12, and won his first race as a professional at age 17 at Ascot Park in Akron. Ohio. He spent his early career in Ohio and West Virginia, moving to tracks in New Jersey in 1970, but then relocated to New York in 1971. Maple was inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame in 2009. (en)
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