The Marion and Washington county chapters of the Boy Scouts of America got a boost last week from a Hall of Fame jockey. Pat Day was the guest speaker at the Friends of Scouting benefit dinner April 24 at Centre Square.
Day won more than 8,800 races in his career. He is the all-time leading rider at Churchill Downs and Keeneland. He’s won all three races of the Triple Crown races and 12 Breeder’s Cup races. He’s also a four-time winner of the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey.
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