The IJF Ascot Ambassadors Programme

The Injured Jockeys Fund extends vital support to jockey’s past and present facing injuries or challenges, offering assistance to riders and their families. Since its establishment in 1964, the charity has aided over 1,000 individuals, providing over £20 million in charitable support. The IJF Ascot Ambassador Programme enhances guest experiences on race days by offering […]

Betfair’s ‘Coaching Carter’ visits Oaksey House

Betfair’s award winning tipster visits home of Injured Jockeys Fund to see how Rachael Blackmore’s charity initiative will support their vital work.   Click here to watch the full video To celebrate ‘Rachael Blackmore’s Serial Winners Fund’ edging towards the goal of £250,000, Betfair have today released a special edition of their ‘Coaching Carter’ series. […]

Meeting Grand National Winning Noble Yeats

On 7th July we took some of our regular and long term supporters of the Injured Jockeys Fund on a visit to Upton Viva Stud, home of Grand National winning horse, Noble Yeats. This was a small way for us to thank them for their kind and generous support. Robert Waley-Cohen led a tour of […]

JIM CROWLEY Q&A – in association with Racing Breaks

We have teamed up with Racing Breaks this month, to do a Q&A with leading flat jockey Jim Crowley. We asked our supporters club to send in some questions to put forward to Jim, the answers are below. What do you eat to stay so fit? At what age did you start riding?I try to […]

Sports Celebrity AM at Brean Golf Club 2022

The 2022 edition of the annual Sports Celebrity Am was hosted at Brean on Wednesday and just like the previous 30 stagings of the event it proved to be another successful day raising funds. This is the longest running fundraiser for the Injured Jockeys Fund and we are indebted to the House family for their […]

Charity Walk, St Cuthberts Way

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone that took part in the Charity Walk of St Cuthberts Way, Scottish Borders, helping to raise funds for the Injured Jockeys Fund. The walk started at the beautiful Hazelrigg Stables, home to Rose Dobbin Racing. Walkers made their way to St Cuthbert’s Cave, and […]

Art Exhibition ’The Art of Horse Racing’, raising funds for The IJF.

The Injured Jockeys Fund are very grateful to Emily and Andy who are hosting an art exhibition ’The Art of Horse Racing’ in Cheltenham’s new Sixteen Gallery from the 12th-23rd March. Andy has focused on the crowds and exciting atmosphere that a day at the races has to offer, while Emily is focusing on contemporary […]

Jockey Profiling and Performance Day at Peter O’Sullevan House

On 23rd February the team at Peter O’Sullevan House, Newmarket, carried out their first Jockey Profiling and Performance Day. The aim, for jockeys to gain perspective of their current level of fitness and strength, work on technique and understand where they can make improvements ahead of the upcoming flat season. In the gym, a series […]

The Ascot Ambassador Programme

Once again the team at Ascot Racecourse have been incredibly kind and generous to the Injured Jockeys Fund. In 2017, the bespoke Ambassador Programme was set up in order to raise funds for the IJF and we have been so grateful to receive such fantastic donations annually as a result. The programme includes a number […]

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