Jockeys and Jeans 2021 Live Auction at Monmouth Park

For the first time in our history Jockeys and Jeans will allow Proxy Bidding for the special items that are being auctioned LIVE at Monmouth Park on September 11th, 2021. You the fan who are unable to attend the event will have the opportunity to bid (by proxy) in the LIVE Auction. It is easy to submit your Proxy Bid by completing the Proxy Form that can be donwloaded below.  In offering this to the public we wanted to make it an easy process.  Please review the Proxy Form and complete per the instructions. Receipt of your Proxy Bid will be confirmed and the maximum bid on each auction item will be represented at the LIVE auction.   That's it!!  Very easy and you could walk away with one of these unique items.   

Peb's Chris Antley Tribute Item#1
Bold Forbes Halter
with Certificate Item
Bold Forbes Halter.jpeg
Makers Mark Justify, Must be 21
Makers Mark Justify.jpeg
American Pharaoh Halter with Certificate
Certificate of Authenticity


American Pharough .jpeg
Triple Crown Boot
1997 Preakness Silver Charm, Gary Stevens
Triple Crown Boot Left.jpeg
1977 Preakness Silver Charm Gary Stevens_edited.jpg
Hall of Fame Poster 

Certificate of Authenticity


Authentic Halter 
with Certificate Item
Hall of Fame Poster 2021.jpeg
Woodford's Reserve 147th Kentucky Derby
Must be 21

Certificate of Authenticity


Curlin Halter 
with Certificate 
Woodford Derby.jpeg
Curlin Hill 'n'Dal Farm.jpeg
Tiz The Law with Certificate
Tiz The Law Halter.jpeg
Custom Leather Boots by Mario Garcia Item#8 
Framed Lithograph by Christine Picavet Item#11 
Julie Krone Original Print by Peb Item#12
Battle Royal 1987_edited.jpg
Custom Racing Saddle
Signed by HOF Jockeys

Certificate of Authenticity

Item #15

Kentucky Derby Poster
Certificate of Authenticity  Item#16
Jockeys and Jeans Custom Saddle.jpeg
Kentucky Derby Poster 2021.jpeg

Who we are

Jockey and Jeans was founded by a group of former jockeys who not only wanted to publicize the inherent dangers of race riding but also to honor the courage of those who suffered catastrophic injuries on the race track.

Our motto is:


“We are the lucky ones. We walked away intact, but we will never forget our brothers and sisters who did not.” 


In the blink of an eye,

the lives of these jockeys and those around them changed forever.

Yet “confined to a wheelchair” or “disabled” are not words Jockeys and Jeans believes applies to this special group of men and women. Each of them have made incredible adjustments in their lives. Their lives continue to have meaning, purpose, and commitment to family, relationships and community.

In early 2014, five former jockeys gathered to host a jockeys’ reunion at Tampa Bay Downs. In only six weeks’ time, we decided to use the gathering to raise funds for our fallen brothers and sisters. With the help of Nancy LaSala, president of the PDJF, we raised $23,000 for the organization.


In 2019, thanks to the staff at Santa Anita, we raised over $205,000 for the PDJF. Clearly, many members of racing’s family have decided its time to make a difference in the lives of these permanently injured riders.


Currently PDJF makes monthly payments to 60 former jockeys whose career-ending injuries resulted in paralysis, brain trauma, and spinal injuries. Over half are paraplegic or quadriplegic.


Most PDJF beneficiaries use these much-needed funds for ongoing expenses. One long-time paraplegic says he uses his stipend to keep his specially built auto running so he can visit his grandchildren. A quadriplegic pay’s for weekly physical therapy sessions to improve his physical conditioning. Another who suffered a debilitating brain injury uses the funds for professional counseling to battle addiction.


It takes a special form of bravery to sit atop a 1500 lb. race horse running at 40mph. It takes even more courage to rise above the challenge of catastrophic injuries that these men and women face every day. We ask the entire racing industry  including the fans of our great sport  to support our injured riders. Your generosity makes a difference. If you are not yet a partner, we hope and pray you soon will be.