Jockey Pat Day, retired since 2005, shows the George Woolf Memorial Award he won in 1985. His peers voted him winner of the award which generally is given for sportsmanship and riding success. Day won the Breeders' Cup Classic four times.
Jockey Pat Day, retired since 2005, shows the George Woolf Memorial Award he won in 1985. His peers voted him winner of the award which generally is given for sportsmanship and riding success. Day won the Breeders' Cup Classic four times. Maryjean Wall
Jockey Pat Day, retired since 2005, shows the George Woolf Memorial Award he won in 1985. His peers voted him winner of the award which generally is given for sportsmanship and riding success. Day won the Breeders' Cup Classic four times. Maryjean Wall

You could always bet on Pat Day to win. Retirement hasn’t changed that.

October 25, 2017 05:33 PM

UPDATED October 25, 2017 08:04 PM

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