Dane Kobiskie

Birth Date:
Birth Place: Wichita, Kansas

2017 186 42 29 19 $600,932
CAREER 2,626 578 448 339 $10,743,284

2017 SEASON:ranked second at Belterra Park with 22 wins and ranked ninth in purse earnings ($171,059) … had six wins from 26 starters at Indiana Grand … ended the year with 42 wins, the most since sending out 43 in 2014.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:won eight races during the celebrated Championship Meet at Laurel’s sister track, Gulfstream Park, in South Florida in 2016…ranked eighth in wins (11) and purses ($259,760) at Gulfstream’s spring meet and seventh with 12 wins during its summer stand…finished 2015 with 11 victories on the Maryland circuit…saddled three winners and was second in a pair of 2-year-old stakes on the Nov. 28 card at Gulfstream Park West…in 2014, finished 14th in the local standings with 26 victories including the Stormy Blues Stakes with Not One Purr Too and the Hilltop Stakes with Our Epiphany…topped the local standings in 2011 with 58 victories, winning the Laurel Park winter meeting training title… finished second in the 2012 local standings with 67 victories…captured the Laurel Park winter title, winning 34 races from 81 starters, an impressive 42% rate…won the Timonium training title in 2010 with 10 wins from just 22 starters, which included a career-best four win afternoon on closing day…retired as a jockey in Feb. 2008 and saddled his first winner (Yacht Man) for PTK LLC on Mar. 30 at Laurel Park…saddled a pair of winners on April 3 and November 12…rode and saddled Citi Charisse to a stakes win at Colonial Downs in his final mount…finished his riding career with 290 wins and nearly $5.4 million in earnings…visited the winners’ circle 153 times at Pimlico and Laurel Park, including 83 in 2006…arrived in Maryland in November 2005 after starting his riding career in Kentucky where he won the Turfway Park summer riding title …had multiple four-win days at both Turfway and Ellis Park…rode his first winner at Churchill Downs on June 22, 2005 aboard Candyland Flowers.

PERSONAL:galloped horses for Dallas Stewart, John Ward and Todd Pletcher and worked for Michael Pino and Steve Asmussen as an exercise rider before becoming a rider…served in the military as a member of the United States Marine Corps.