Irish Injured Jockeys announce an exciting line up of riders for the 2018 Corinthian Challenge Charity Race Series
Irish Injured Jockeys are delighted to announce an exciting line up of no less than eighteen participants for the 2018 Corinthian Challenge Charity Race Series.
“What do you get when you mix a probation officer, an artist, a gardener and a WAG with fourteen other equally diverse individuals from all over Ireland and beyond?….One hell of a Corinthian Challenge line up, that’s what!” commented Michael Higgins, General Manager of IIJ.
The riders taking part are; Orla McKenna, Jason Mallon, David Brogan, Sheikh Fahad Al Thani, Theresa Maguire, Ian Kearney, Rachel O’Callaghan, David Christie, Marina Hamilton, Rachel Carberry, Harry Shearman, Frank Byrnes, Graham Atkinson, Paddy Woods, Denise Callanan, Killian McCarthy, Elizabeth O’Shaughnessy and Louise Lynn.
From Cork to Donegal and Galway to Louth riders hail from the length and breadth of the country. Motivations for taking part vary from many with a personal interest as a family member or friend has benefitted from the cause to thrill seekers looking for a challenge like no other with a good cause behind it.
The three-race series will be held at The Curragh, Navan and Leopardstown Racecourses in July, September and October respectively. The maximum eighteen riders allowed has been reached with eight women and ten men signed up to compete in each race. Riders will accumulate points for placings throughout the series with the overall winner to be announced at the final race in Leopardstown on October 27th.
The Corinthian Challenge offers riders an opportunity to complete the hat-trick by taking part in all three races on an actual race day with the unique atmosphere and the palpable excitement that goes with it. Each rider is aiming to raise €10,000 through sponsorship and/or fundraising, all funds raised will go to Irish Injured Jockeys. All riders announced today have passed their RACE assessments and are fully licenced to take part.
For more information on the riders taking part and how to support them in their quest to raise funds for Irish Injured Jockeys, visit www.corinthianchallenge.com. For news and updates, follow @CorinthianChall on Twitter.
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