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Interviewed for Vogue magazine, she explained how she felt about riding in the American classic horse races, "When you're riding in the Derby, you see all those iconic silks in the same race and it gives it a special feel, like you're part of history." He is an only child and grew up around horses.
His father, Marc Sharp, is a trainer who also owns a horse farm near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The pair divorced and Sharp split his time between them, growing up in Kentucky and West Virginia.
In 2012 she became the first woman rider to win the Kentucky Oaks, riding Believe You Can and then winning the race for a second time in 2014 on Untapable.
She is only the second woman jockey to win a Breeders' Cup race and the first to win more than one, having won the 2012 Breeders' Cup Juvenile on Shanghai Bobby and the 2014 Breeders' Cup Distaff on Untapable.
In addition to racing, she is very active in efforts to rehome and provide aftercare to retired race horses.
Beginning her career in 2005, she was regularly ranked among the top jockeys in North America in both earnings and total races won.
Shortly after she was born, she was sent to a hospital in Morristown, New Jersey, which is often mistakenly listed as her location of birth.
She spent most of her childhood in New Jersey, but lived briefly in Vermont with her mother after the divorce of her parents, though she spent summers with her sister Jazz, who was living in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
She continues to assist Sharp in training race horses, including 2017 Kentucky Derby contender Girvin.
Napravnik was born in her grandmother's home in Mendham, New Jersey, on February 9, 1988.
After initially exercising the stable's race horses in the early months of her pregnancy, she moved over to ponying and other activities.