Hall Of Famer Julie Krone Returns To Saratoga For Symposium On Women In Racing

Aug 15, 2018

When the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs hosts a symposium on women in racing Sunday morning at 10, the first woman ever elected to the Hall of Fame will be there. Legendary jockey Julie Krone is returning to Saratoga to take part in the panel, which also features Hall of Fame trainer Janet Elliott, steeplechase jockey Blythe Miller Davies, and trainer Linda Rice, among others.

Krone was elected to the Hall in 2000 before a short comeback in 2002, and finished with more than 3,700 victories, including the 1993 Belmont Stakes and 21 other Grade Is.