Chase Miller Scores First Victory Aboard His Father’s Trainee At Churchill Downs

Jockey Chase Miller, the 27-year-old son of trainer Darrin Miller, recorded his first-career victory Thursday evening aboard Bethy in Race 4 at Churchill Downs.

Owned by Silverton Hill, and trained by Miller’s father, Bethy cruised to a 3 ¼-length win as the 4-5 post time favorite.

Bethy was Miller’s 10th mount in his young career. He moved to Kentucky at an early age and attended Oldham County High School. Miller began to work for his father and eventually was an exercise rider for Steve Asmussen, Todd Pletcher and, in more recent years, George Weaver.

Miller’s career in the saddle began in 2012 at Delaware Park where he rode in three races. He worked the past several years as an exercise rider until he once again pursued his dream to ride races. He was named on one horse Friday for his father and two Sunday for trainers Genevieve Londono and Jason Cook.

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