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The Injured Jockeys Fund

Compassion. Care. Support


The Injured Jockeys Fund provides appropriate support in a prompt and sympathetic manner to those jockeys past or present who are injured, unable to ride, or generally in need




The Injured Jockeys Fund was the brainchild of founding Trustee and past President John Oaksey and came about following the devastating accidents of Tim Brookshaw and four months later Paddy Farrell in the 1964 Grand National. Both falls resulted in severe paralysis which immediately ended both their careers.

Since then the Fund has helped over 1000 jockeys and their families and has paid out more than £18m in charitable assistance... more



Oaksey House

Oaksey House

Oaksey House provides specialist rehabilitation treatment for physical and neurological injuries, and respite accommodation.


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Jack Berry House

Jack Berry House

Jack Berry House in Malton, was opened in 2015. It is a state-of-the-art rehabilitation and fitness centre for northern based jockeys.


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Peter O'Sullevan House

Peter O’Sullevan House  in Newmarket was opened in 2019. The centre is a state-of-the-art 'Rehabilitation and Fitness' facility.


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  • Ascot Jockey Hosting Rasises £35,000 Ascot Jockey Hosting Rasises £35,000

    On Saturday 18th January, Ascot's CEO Guy Henderson and Jacqui Greet presented William Norris QC, Chairman of the Injured Jockeys Fund and Lisa Hancock the Fund's CEO, with a cheque for £35,000 raised from their Ascot IJF Ambassador Programme. This

  • Ascot Hosting The Parade Ring Restaurant in aid of IJF Ascot Hosting The Parade Ring Restaurant in aid of IJF

    Together with Ascot we are delighted to offer the opportunity for all Parade Ring Restaurant guests to support the IJF.This offer is exclusive to the Parade Ring Restaurant at the Matchbook Clarence House Chase Raceday (18th January 2020) and the

  • Henrietta Knight's Woodland Venture raised £10,000 for the IJF Henrietta Knight's Woodland Venture raised £10,000 for the IJF

    Henrietta Knight’s ‘Woodland Venture’ plant a tree campaign (pictured) has already sold over 500 trees and raised £10,000 for the Injured Jockeys Fund! The original site, Farringdon Folly in Berkshire, is now filled and so the initiative is moving to

  • Eva Moscrop wins the  IJF Progress Award at JETS Richard Davis Awards Eva Moscrop wins the IJF Progress Award at JETS Richard Davis Awards

    Former Apprentice Jockey, Eva Moscrop (28) has won a prestigious career development Award.andnbsp; She received her trophy and £2000 prize from BHA Chair Annamarie Phelps at a special ceremony at Cheltenham racecourse on Sunday 17th November 2019.Eva rode for five

Ascot Jockey Hosting Rasises £35,000

On Saturday 18th January, Ascot's CEO Guy Henderson and Jacqui Greet presented William Norris QC, Chairman of the Injured Jockeys Fund and Lisa Hancock the Fund's CEO, with a cheque ...

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Ascot Hosting The Parade Ring Restaurant in aid of IJF

Together with Ascot we are delighted to offer the opportunity for all Parade Ring Restaurant guests to support the IJF.This offer is exclusive to the Parade Ring Restaurant at the ...

Read More

Henrietta Knight's Woodland Venture raised £10,000 for the IJF

Henrietta Knight’s ‘Woodland Venture’ plant a tree campaign (pictured) has already sold over 500 trees and raised £10,000 for the Injured Jockeys Fund! The original site, Farringdon Folly in Berkshire, ...

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