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 […]

Supporters Club Yard Visits

Already in 2022, we have been lucky enough to take our Supporters Club Members on three fantastic trips! To kick start the year we took a trip to Gary Moore’s yard. Gary started as a National Hunt jockey with over 200 career wins. He retired from the saddle in the early 1990’s and went on […]

Fundraising at Higham Point to Point

On Good Friday Chief Executive of the Injured Jockeys Fund, Lisa Hancock, attended the Essex and Suffolk Point-To-Point held at Higham. On the day, Lisa was presented with a cheque from funds raised at the Retired East Anglian Jockeys Club fixture. We are incredibly grateful to have this support and would like to thank everyone […]

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 […]

Joe Mercer Golf Day 2022

This year we are, once again, incredibly grateful to be receiving proceeds from the ‘Joe Mercer Golf Day’, held in memory of the late Jockey. Joe Mercer had a sterling career in the saddle, winning multiple Classic races and winning title of Champion Apprentice twice. When he retired in 1985, he had tallied 2,810 winners. […]

Xmas Starts Here Golf Day

On Thursday 2nd December at Foxhills Golf Club the ‘Xmas Starts Here’ Golf Day took place in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund for which we are most grateful. Participants played on the ‘Bernard Hunt Course’ and players included IJF Vice Patron, John Francome, and IJF Trustee, George Baker. They were also accompanied by Paul […]

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 […]

Turning Cheltenham Yellow for Tiggy on Friday December 10th

Cheltenham Racecourse will be enveloped in a sea of yellow on Friday December 10th for the launch of Tiggy’s Trust at its International meeting. Tiggy’s Trust is a charitable foundation set up in Tiggy Hancock’s memory. The race day will include The Tiggy’s Trust Novices’ Steeple Chase at 12.40 and a sizeable fundraising effort at the […]