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Coronavirus (Covid-19)

by IJF |  10 Mar 2020

Alert to the current public health situation, The Injured Jockeys Fund is following Government advice regarding the implications of Covid-19.

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George Baker to run London marathon three years on from horror fall

by IJF |  5 Mar 2020

Three years on from his career ending fall at St Moritz in February 2017, injured jockey, George Baker, has announced that he is to run 26.2 miles in the London

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HRH The Princess Royal visits Peter O’Sullevan House

by IJF |  28 Feb 2020

The Injured Jockeys Fund was today delighted to welcome its Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, to Peter O’Sullevan house in Newmarket, its third Rehabilitation and Fitness Centre, which opened in

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  • 'They're Off' 9 Lives Challenge gets underway!!! 'They're Off' 9 Lives Challenge gets underway!!!

    Today marks the start of the '9 Lives Challenge'andnbsp;Wayne and eight other beneficiaries, listed below, will ‘set off’ on 24 July – each taking up to nine days to complete their part of the 560-mile virtual route - finishing on

  • Liam Treadwell Funeral Date Announced Liam Treadwell Funeral Date Announced

    Below is a statement from Liam Treadwell's family regarding his forthcoming funeral:"The funeral of Liam Treadwell will take place at 10am on Wednesday 22nd July in Arundel, West Sussex.andnbsp; The service will take place at Arundel Cathedral and the family

  • The 9 Lives Challenge. 9 Lives. 9 Days. 560 Miles. The 9 Lives Challenge. 9 Lives. 9 Days. 560 Miles.

    The 9 Lives Challenge is the brainchild of IJF beneficiary, Wayne Burton:“My name is Wayne Burton and I sustained a life changing injury in 2008 breaking my back in a hurdle race at Exeter racecourse. I have no idea where

  • IJF statement on behalf of the Treadwell family. IJF statement on behalf of the Treadwell family.

    On behalf of Liam Treadwell's parents, Mark and Lorraine and his brother Nathan:"We are heartbroken that this has happened. We ask kindly that everyone respects our privacy in the coming days, so that we can begin to come to terms

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