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Jockeys & Jeans at Santa Anita Park

What is Jockeys and Jeans?

A once a year fundraising event held at different racetracks throughout the country. This event was started by a group of retired riders, all for the benefit of their peers who have experienced catastrophic injuries. This will be the 6th annual event and the first time Santa Anita Park has hosted.

100% of proceeds from the entirety of the event will go to benefit the PDJF.

J & J has raised over $1 million for fallen riders with all proceeds benefiting the PDJF, a 501 c3, charity. The money raised aids 62 (current) fallen riders for rent payments, mortgages, etc. and is used to help them along in their everyday lives, now that they are permanently retired.

Jockeys & Jeans mission statement: “We are the lucky ones. We will never forget our brothers and sisters who were not.”

Event Schedule:

Autograph Signing – 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (Near Paddock Starting Gate)

Silent Auction – (Available for all on-track fans) 11:00 a.m. throughout the day (Near Paddock Starting Gate)

Chandelier Room Party (Start Time 12PM)

  • Entry – $65
  • Entry + Guaranteed Seat – $100
  • Premium ticket (Entry + Guaranteed Seating + Morning Barn Tour + Signed Justify Pennant) – $200
  • *Donation ONLY $25* (for those unable to attend the event, but wish to contribute)

Ticket includes buffet lunch (12PM -3PM), racing program + wagering tip sheet, specialty silent and live auction items, ceremonial festivities, music and much more!

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G R Carter

These jockeys sacrificed their health so the industry can race horses. The PDJF is the best vehicle to provide financial assistance to these ex-athletes for their misfortune. I whole-heartedly support the PDJF and feel that the people in our industry should feel compelled to step up to the plate and help to support these permanently disabled jockeys.

Eight Time Recipient of the American Quarter Horse Association
(AQHA) World Champion Jockey

Jerry Bailey

Although I broke 17 bones in a 31-year career as a jockey, I consider myself both fortunate and blessed, yes I am one of the lucky ones. One of those who was able to walk away in relatively good health, and those that haven't been so fortunate desperately need our continued support. Very few jockeys are the millionaires that so many picture, and they struggle to meet both the emotional and financial demands that come with being disabled. Please find it in your heart to help the dedicated men and women that have given us all so many thrills on the backs of the animals that we hold so dear.

Hall of Fame Jockey
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