The 33rd Jim Old Golf Day

On Monday 7th August, the annual Jim Old Golf Day will take place for the 33rd year – the success this day has had over the years has amounted to donations totaling over £600,000! We are enormously grateful to the whole team behind it and all those attendees that support the day. Please find below […]

Sports Celebrity Am Golf Day at Brean Golf Club

On 14th June 2023, Brean Gold Club will be hosting their annual golf day to raise funds for the Injured Jockeys Fund. Having raised over £50,000 in the past, we are incredibly grateful for the continued support of the fund. The day will consist of a shotgun start, competing in teams of 4. Should you […]


Chris Coley, author of quiz book ‘Under Starters Orders’ will be hosting a General Knowledge Quiz Night at Cheltenham Racecourse, kindly in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund. This will take place on Wednesday 30th November in the Gold Cup Room. Quiz to start at 7:45pm – Bar Open from 7pm! Entry fee is £25 […]

Joe Mercer Memorial Charity Golf Day 2022

On Tuesday 30th August 2022 the annual Joe Mercer Memorial Charity Golf Day will take place. The event will be raising funds for the Injured Jockeys Fund and is to be held at Donnington Valley Golf Club. We are very grateful to the organizers for once again choosing the IJF as the benefiting charity. Please […]

Annual Jim Old Golf Day

The Injured Jockeys Fund is pleased to share details of the 32nd Golf Day hosted by Jim Old at Marlborough Golf Club on Monday 8 August 2022. Please find information on how to enter below.

‘They’re Off’ 9 Lives Challenge gets underway!!!

Today marks the start of the ‘9 Lives Challenge’  Wayne and eight other beneficiaries, listed below, will ‘set off’ on 24 July – each taking up to nine days to complete their part of the 560-mile virtual route – finishing on Saturday 1 August.  Each is paired with an IJF representative, the charity’s President, patrons […]

Craig Kennedy is running the London Marathon in aid of the IJF.

4th October 2020 “Having worked in the racing industry from 1981 – 2016. It would be great to run the London Marathon for this great charity. The Injured Jockey Fund helps injured jockeys and jockeys who are in need for a variety of reasons. This also extends to those no longer working in the industry […]

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