Randy Paul Romero is a Hall of Fame jockey in the sport of Thoroughbred horse racing, Born into a family involved with horses, his father Lloyd J. Romero was a Louisiana state trooper who trained American Quarter Horses and later, after a drunk driver crashed into his police car and permanently disabled him, he began training Thoroughbreds for flat racing. The 1978 movie Casey’s Shadow is based on Lloyd Romero and his family. He was elected into the Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame May 27, 2010.
|Born:||December 22, 1957, Erath, Louisiana, United States|
About Randy Romero
American horse jockey and racing legend who won a staggering 4285 races during his career, before health problems sidelined him.
He began his professional riding career in 1975.
He was voted into the American Racing Hall of Fame in 2010.
His father, Lloyd, was a Louisiana State Trooper.
He competed often against Alex Solis during his racing career.
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