Breeders' Cup - Hats and Halters

October 2022
04:00 PM EDT
November 2022
07:03 PM EDT

BC Classic Contenders Raise Funds for the JCSNF & PDJF

This auction of Breeders' Cup Classic Halters is one of two online platforms you can participate in, to support the Jockeys Club Safety Net Foundation (JCSNF) and the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF). Bid here on halters worn by the Breeders' Cup Classic Contenders and a meet and greet with the horse of your winning bid. IN ADDITION, THE WINNING BIDDER OF THE HALTER OF THE HORSE THAT IS THE OFFICIAL WINNER OF THE 2022 BREEDERS' CUP CLASSIC ON NOVEMBER 5, 2022 WILL RECEIVE $5,000 USD. You may also show your support with the purchase of a Breeders' Cup Official Contender Hat of each horse signed by the respective jockey. Go to to place your order.

Thank You to Our Gold Sponsors of Hats and Halters. WinStar Farm and CHC (Life is Good); Lane’s End, West Point Thoroughbreds, Siena Farm, Hronis Racing, and Summer Wind Equine (Flightline); Gainesway, LNJ Foxwoods, Grandview Equine, and Cheyenne Stable (Olympiad); Gainesway, Strauss Bros. Racing, and Roadrunner Racing (Hot Rod Charlie); Zedan Racing Stables (Taiba); Wertheimer and Frere and Airdrie Stud (Happy Saver); Red TR Racing (Rich Strike); and Spendthrift Farm. A Special Thanks to Breeders' Cup and the Staff at Winstar Farm for their support in making this fundraising opportunity possible.

Additional Auction Condition:
As part of the auction package, the winning bidder of the halter of the horse that is the official winner of the 2022 Breeders’ Cup Classic on November 5, 2022 will receive $5,000 USD, in addition to the halter and meet and greet winning bid. Auction hosts reserve the right to substitute the winning bidder’s supplemental award with any item of similar value at their sole discretion.

All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity and enforceability of the auction or the rights and obligations of bidders or the auction hosts in connection with the auction will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules or provisions that would cause the application of any other laws.


Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund is recognized as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the internal Revenue Code. Contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law.

The amount of a contribution that is deductible for Federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of the amount paid reduced by the value of any goods or services provided by the organization in return.

All winning bids paid to PDJF will receive an acknowledgement letter for your tax records


The Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF)
The Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF) is a 501(c)(3) public charity that provides financial assistance to approximately 60 former jockeys who have suffered catastrophic on-track injuries. Since its founding in 2006, the fund has disbursed over $12 million dollars to permanently disabled jockeys, most of whom have sustained paralysis or brain injuries.
Many of the jockeys we serve were injured while in their 20s and 30s and face decades of living with a disability. They have lost their income and the opportunity to build a financial cushion sufficient to support them and their families. For more information, visit

The Jockeys Club Safety Net Foundation (JCSNF)
The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation is a charitable trust that provides, on a confidential basis, financial relief to needy members of the Thoroughbred industry and their families. Recipients of the Safety Net Foundation’s support represent virtually every facet of the Thoroughbred industry, from jockeys, trainers, exercise riders, and grooms to office personnel and other employees of racetracks, racing organizations, and breeding farms. Assistance can come in any number of forms, including financial aid for medication, surgical and hospital costs, therapeutic equipment, and basic living expenses such as rent and food costs. Since 1985, The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation has provided more than $16 million in assistance. For more information, visit

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