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Jose went on to enjoy continued success and achieved his goal
of becoming the leading trainer in Venezuela in 2018.

“It was my goal. After that, I moved to Florida,” said Jose, who joined his father, who had ventured to South Florida in 2015 to resume his training career. “To come here was always my dream.”

Jose, who had saddled Forze Mau for a second-place finish in the Copa Velocidad on the 2017 Clásico del Caribe undercard at Gulfstream while based in Venezuela, saddled his first horse since relocating to the U.S. at Gulfstream Park June 8, 2019, when Cocktail Skirt came up a nose short of victory while finishing second in a $12,500 claiming race. He broke through with his first U.S. victory with his third overall U.S. starter, Beach Dreaming, whom he had claimed out of a $12,500 claiming race and went on to score at the same level June 27, 2019.

Jose’s stable is based at Palm Meadows Training Center, Gulfstream Park’s satellite training center in Palm Beach County. While he is a relative newcomer to South Florida, Jose has become an established trainer at Gulfstream and has gained invaluable experience while training alongside such prominent national trainers as Hall of Famer Bob Baffert and 2020 Preakness winner Swiss Skydiver’s conditioner Kenny McPeek during his memory-filled travels with Jesus’ Team.

“I would like to be a great trainer in this amazing country and have great horses to run in the big races,” Jose said. “The experience I lived last year was the best in my life, for sure.”
Ed Gray

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