October 4, 2019

One of Keeneland’s most popular events each race meet is the Jockey Autograph Signing, which benefits the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF).

The Jockey Autograph Signing will be held Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET adjacent to the Keeneland Paddock.

Fans will be able to meet active and retired jockeys – including Hall of Famers, history makers and Keeneland favorites – and have items autographed to raise funds for the PDJF. The cost of autographs is $30 for a Keeneland hat, $20 for a Keeneland poster, $15 for jockey goggles, $10 for a jockey autograph book and $5 for each additional autographed item, with a limit of three per person.

Retired jockeys scheduled to appear include Gary Birzer, Mike Bryan, P.J. Cooksey, Jean Cruguet, Carl Faulconer, Sandy Hawley, Mike Manganello, Chris McCarron, Larry Melancon, John Oldham, Suzie Picou-Oldham, Mickey Solomone, Anthony Stephen, Kaoru Tsuchiya and Charlie Woods.

Meanwhile, fans can participate in a unique reunion of jockey siblings from England during the Jockey Q&A at 12:05 p.m. in the Paddock. Sophie Doyle, who recently scored her first Grade 1 victory with Street Band in the Cotillion at Parx, and her brother James Doyle, an internationally successful jockey, are scheduled to participate.

From: Keeneland Barn Notes

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