Wednesday was the second annual Hall Of Fame Day at Kentucky Downs, jockeys and fans got the opportunity to interact with each other.

A tribute to thoroughbred racing Hall of fame members and a fundraiser for permanently disabled jockeys brought together hundreds of people at Kentucky downs.

Hall of fame jockey Laffit Pincay, Jr said “I do a lot for the disabled jockey fund, they need a lot of help. They’re jockeys that are paralyzed that need our help.”

Tons of autographs were signed and it was a special day for the jockeys to meet their fans. “For people to come up to you, and haven’t forgot you, to see them still by our side and willing to help the cause is great.” Hall of fame jockey Randy Romero said.