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.
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There are lots of ways that one can help from buying some merchandise from our online shop collection, making a donation, volunteering to help out at events or putting a legacy in place. Once approved by Irish Injured Jockeys you can also set up a Enhtuse Fundraising page.
Amateur riders compete in three races over the period of four months. The participants ride over three top class courses in a bid to raise funds for Irish Injured Jockeys whilst testing themselves physically. A once in a lifetime opportunity.
BETFAIR launch a one-of-a-kind charity initiative, the ‘Rachael Blackmore’s Serial Winners Fund’, with an initial £100,000 donation.
Beginning on Betfair Chase Day, the fund launches in conjunction with the latest instalment of their ‘Serial Winner’ sports documentary series, ‘Rachael Blackmore – Serial Winner’ which celebrates the determination, resilience and focus of all jockeys, and an appreciation and recognition of their unique role in the world of Horse Racing. Not only will […]
Join Newbridge Silverware on the evening of Friday, December 8th, 2023, for an unforgettable celebration of Festive Fashion, complete with a sumptuous dinner, live music, and an array of delightful surprises. This unique event, carefully curated and styled by Marietta Doran, and expertly produced by Mandy Maher, will be hosted by the charming Noel Cunningham. […]
A total of ten riders went to post in the final leg of The Corinthian Challenge Charity Race Series for Irish Injured Jockeys (IIJ) at Leopardstown Racecourse last Saturday. The exciting charity race for amateurs was won by Kilkenny man Michael O’Neill aboard Slate Lane for trainer Emmet Mullins in the colours of owner, Paul Byrne. The […]
It was an all out battle between the Trainers and the Jockeys as horse racing and polo met at the All Ireland Polo Club at the Phoenix park, Dublin on the 30th July for the Kildare Village and Curated by Design Centre All Ireland Polo Fundraiser . The day was kindly organised by Derville […]
Kildare woman Martina Dempsey won the Corinthian Challenge Charity Race in aid of Irish Injured Jockey at The Curragh Racecourse today. Fair Damsel trained by local trainer Richard Brabazon stole the race in the closing stages as Dempsey delivered a perfectly timed finish to beat long-time leader Noble Anthem in the final stages. Martina who […]
All the team at Irish Injured Jockeys would like to wish the best of luck to Patrick Williams who is taking on the challenge of walking the Lyke Wake Walk, Yorkshire, accompanied by two of his friends in memory of Jack and Harry de Bromhead. The Lyke Wake Walk is a 42 mile walk […]