Jog for Jockeys returns to the Curragh this September

Jog for Jockeys returns to the Curragh this September

Eighth Race on the Card, Saturday September 1.
In aid of Irish Injured Jockeys

The 2018 Jog for Jockeys returns to the Curragh racecourse this year and will be a special eighth race on the card at their Saturday September 1 race meeting. All monies raised will be donated to the Irish Injured Jockeys.

This one of a kind 5km route allows participants to walk, jog or run on the historic Curragh plains including running up the home straight of the track, alongside many well-known jockeys, trainers and racing personalities.

Ruby Walsh, Champion National Hunt Jockey and Irish Injured Jockeys Chairman said: "We are delighted to be back at the Curragh on Saturday September 1 for this year's Jog for Jockeys. It's going to be a very unique eighth and final race on the race card. Whether you are a walker, jogger or serious runner, I'd encourage everyone to give Jog for Jockeys a go. There is a great atmosphere and serious rivalry between the jockeys and trainers.  More importantly, all funds raised go to the injured riders who are in most need of support. Registrations are now open at"

Entry costs €20 for those who register online at before Friday August 24. Participants who pre-register online will also receive a free Jog for Jockeys t-shirt and free entry into the Curragh's race meeting on Saturday September 1 featuring the Sisk raceday.

Registrations will also be open on race day and all runners will be provided with timing chips to record accurate race times.

All children can take part free of charge but there is a €10 fee for children under 12 who would like a T-shirt and a timing chip.

A team of five is €100, with the three best times to count. There is also a prize for the winning 'equine team' - a team comprising racing yards, vets or any equine-related business across Ireland.

Registration is now open at

 For more information, contact Irish Injured Jockeys 

Tel: 045 533011

Irish Injured Jockeys was set up in 2014 by jockeys for jockeys to increase awareness and raise vital funds to support our injured jockeys.
Funds raised through Irish Injured Jockeys go to the injured riders who are in most need of support

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