Breeders’ Cup or Bust: Riding a Fine Line

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Jockey Dennis Carr heads out to the track for another race Jockey Dennis Carr heads out to the track for another race

Being a jockey requires courage, racing intelligence, and a specific touch – among many other qualities. It’s a hazardous job with many peaks and valleys. As part of the fifth annual Breeders’ Cup or Bust, we are turning the spotlight on both the human and equine athletes that are essential to the sport we cherish.

As part of our trip to the 2013 Breeders’ Cup World Championships, we spent the day with one of the many jockeys who give their all every day in a dangerous game. Among the causes supported by Breeders’ Cup or Bust and Breeders’ Cup Charities is the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund.  Please take time to appreciate what these athletes do and donate to the cause.

Learn more here and enjoy the first video in this year’s Breeders’ Cup or Bust series.

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  • Joyce

    Nice job Scott – keep up the good work supporting these amazing athletes!

  • Sue M. Chapman

    How nice you chose Dennis.

  • Perseph

    Three on the day; in Carr’s mind sort of cause you were there!

  • Suzanne

    Very nice.

  • Mimi Hunter

    Very nice and even has a happy ending. :-)

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