Jack Berry House

Jack Berry House Rehabilitation and Fitness Centre in Malton, North Yorkshire, was opened in 2015 by the IJF Patron,
HRH The Princess Royal.

Jack Berry House

  • Provides specialist rehabilitation treatment for physical and neurological injuries
  • Has a state-of-the-art gym with individualised support from highly qualified strength and conditioning coaches
  • Has a hydrotherapy pool
  • Has respite accommodation available for those receiving extended treatment together with their carers if required
  • Offers educational courses on fitness and nutrition for the general well-being of young and aspiring jockeys
  • Has weekly attendance from a local GP, Sports Nutritionist and Clinical Psychologist
  • Offers evening and group gym classes


Jack Berry House charges reflect the charitable objectives of the Injured Jockeys Fund.

Most services – such as physiotherapy and massage – are free of charge to professional licence holders, including conditional and apprentice jockeys.

There are different fee structures for retired licence holders, stable staff and the general public living in the area.


Telephone: 01653 602090
Fax: 01653 604200
Email: admin-JBH@ijf.org.uk

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 8am-6pm
Appointments for licensed jockeys may be available at other times

Gym classes Monday to Thursday 6pm-7pm.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

Old Malton Road
YO17 7EY

The Team

Resident Manager – Jo Russell

Centre Welfare Liaison - Bev Robinson

Regional Welfare Liaison - Karen Sharpe

Lead Physiotherapist - Sophie Phillips BSc (Hons) MCSP

Physiotherapist – Charlie Steggles BSc (Hons), MSc, MCSP

Locum Physiotherapist - Rob Swire MSc MCSP SRP

Sports Science and Rehabilitation Lead, Strength and Conditioning Coach – Danny Hague PgDip ASCC

Sports Rehabilitator – Catherine Leeson BSc (Hons) GSR

Nutritionist – Lee Rickards BSc, MSc, ASCC, ISAK, SENR

Clinical Psychologists - Changing Minds

Office Administrators – Hazel Turner and Emma Robson

Housekeeper – Sue Dalton

covid-19 statement

We are acutely aware that the Coronavirus continues to have a significant and negative impact upon many of our beneficiaries. We are well positioned to offer help and support to those affected and would encourage you to make contact with us.

Our Rehabilitation Centres are Open and from these hubs you can access general pastoral, clinical and financial support as necessary.