Providing care, compassion and financial help, to injured jockeys
Founded in 1964 following the devastating accidents to Tim Brookshaw, and then Paddy Farrell in the 1964 Grand National, the Injured Jockeys Fund has since spent over £17m in helping over 1000 jockeys whose injuries have forced some of them to give up riding.
Our aim is to maintain this ethos with continuing support for our existing beneficiaries and to provide immediate and effective help to all newly injured jockeys in whatever way is appropriate to ensure a reasonable quality of life for them and their families.
Diaries are now instock Order online here or Freephone order hotline 08080 453 453
McCoy's 4000 winners mints
Each tin contains a selection of ice cool travel mints just like the Champ! Hurry while stocks last. Order online here
McPhail and Siddall take 2013 Griffins Richard Davis awards
Former Jump Jockey Ollie McPhail , and Tom Siddall,have both been rewarded for planning ahead for their futures, with Richard Davis Awards. [ READ MORE ]
Oaksey House, situated in Lambourn, Berkshire, is a rehabilitation centre for jockeys past and present, the racing workforce, other sports men and women and those from the local community.
Jack Berry House
Planning permission was granted by Ryedale District Council on Tuesday 12th March at 6.00pm for the Injured Jockeys Fund’s second rehabilitation centre, ‘Jack Berry House’, to be built at Malton in North Yorkshire.
2014 is a milestone year for the Injured Jockeys Fund as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary. Our 2014 Calendar illustrated by members of The Society of Equestrian Artists will form part of their annual exhibition...