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Jockeys mix drinks for charity

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Some well-known jockeys are working for tips!

The 6th annual ‘Jocktails at the Derby' kicks off at 7:00 on Wednesday, April 30. The jockeys will bartend at Prime Lounge to help raise money for the Permanently Disable Jockey Fund.

Some of the jockeys set to attend include Gary Stevens, Julien Leparoux and Rosie Napravnik.

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