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Sky Bet links with Injured Jockeys Fund for Cheltenham initiative

Sky Bet and Heavyweight Sports has outlined ambitions to raise the profile of a nominated charity, ahead of Sky Bet’s sponsorship of the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at next week’s Cheltenham Festival. This year’s high profile Sky Bet Supreme Novices Hurdle will see the UK’s most popular online bookmaker link up with the Injured Jockeys Fund (IJF). As Sky Bet not only offers …

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The #SupportOurJockeys Racing Post charity campaign launches at Cheltenham

Racing Post’s charity campaign was launched on Friday afternoon with the unveiling of a giant saddle cloth at Cheltenham racecourse.   The campaign titled #SupportOurJockeys is promoting the causes of the Injured Jockeys Fund (IJF) and Irish Injured Jockeys (IIJ). Ruby Walsh, Chairman of the Irish Injured Jockeys Fund Ltd and winner of last year’s Racing Post Arkle on Un De …

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Jog For Jockeys raises €25,000 for fund

Almost 800 people took part in the annual Jog For Jockeys charity fundraiser on Sunday August 24th at the Curragh Racecourse, raising €24,661.80 (£19,512) – the highest amount reached since 2010. Former Jockey Stephen Hunter was first across the line in the 10km race with an impressive time of 34:48. James Tyrell won the 5km chase in 18:02. Brian Hayes was the first jockey …

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Fred Done selects Injured Jockey Fund as the Betfred Charity of the Year

Fred Done owner of UK sports betting and gambling operator Betfred has plans to raise £2.2 million for the Injured Jockey Fund (IJF). The money raised from Betfred donations will be used for the creation of Jack Berry House, an injury centre in Malton North Yorkshire which will focus on the rehabilitation of injured jockeys. The injury centre is currently …

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