Tom Scudamore joins Injured Jockeys Fund

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The IJF is delighted to announce that Tom Scudamore will join its board of Trustees with immediate effect.

Tom says:
“Having seen first-hand the fantastic work the IJF does and what it has consistently achieved, I am honoured and delighted to join as a Trustee. I have always had great admiration and respect for all associated with the IJF and look forward to being a part of its future.”

Lisa Hancock, CEO says:
“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Tom to the IJF. His family has offered such support to us across three generations and Tom’s extremely successful career in the saddle will prove him to be a valuable addition to our team.”

Tom joins a board of Trustees:
William Norris KC (Chair), Ed Chamberlin (Vice Chair),Dominic Burke (Treasurer), George Baker, Sue Durcan, Chloe Fairley, Michael Foy FRCS, Polly Gundry, Juliet Redfern, Nick Rust OBE, Andrew Thornton, Camilla Trotter

Patron – HRH The Princess Royal
President – Sir Anthony McCoy OBE
Vice Presidents – Jack Berry MBE, Brough Scott MBE
Vice Patrons – Clare Balding OBE, Frankie Dettori MBE, John Francome MBE, Rachel, Lady Oaksey, Peter Scudamore MBE

THE INJURED JOCKEYS FUND
For almost 60 years, the IJF has helped thousands of jockeys and their families and has paid out more than £19m in charitable assistance. The IJF has three state-of-the-art rehabilitation and fitness centres, Oaksey House in Lambourn, Jack Berry House in Malton and Peter O’Sullevan House in Newmarket as well as a regional South-West hub in Taunton.

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