The Mission of the IIJF is to make a real difference to the lives and welfare of jockeys, past and present and their families by raising funds to provide enhanced help, care and support.

Entries for Sundays final at Leopardstown Racecourse Thank you to all the trainers and owners for supporting us Gordon Elliott Racing Jessica Harrington Racing Patrick Neville Sean Ahern, Seamus Fahey, John Joseph Murphy, Michael Halford, Robbie Mc Namara, John Hanlon, Michael O Callaghan and Joseph o'brien.

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Check out the going for today's racing at Punchestown with the John Shortt Legends Challenge to post at 1,20pm >> bit.ly/2xAUxVc

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Sheikh Fahad Athani on the gallops at Gordon Elliott Racing ahead of Sunday's final leg of The Corinthian Challenge for Irish Injured Jockeys series 2017 at Leopardstown Racecourse.

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ABOUT US

Irish Injured Jockeys was set up in 2014 to increase awareness and raise vital funds to support our injured jockeys.
Funds raised through Irish Injured Jockeys go to the injured riders who are in most need of support.

EVENTS

With the nature of horse racing posing such high risks to our jockeys on a daily basis, it is essential that we have a public fundraising vehicle in place through which we can raise much needed funds on a regular and consistent basis.

DONATE

There are lots of ways that one can help from buying some Christmas cards or other merchandise from our collection, organising fundraising events, making a donation, volunteering to help out at events or putting a legacy in place.