Jog For Jockeys.

27th Aug 2017

About Us

Jog For Jockeys is a 5km or 10km jog/run/walk for anyone willing to participate in a fun day out while supporting a worthy cause for the Injured Jockeys Funds.
Taking place on 27 Aug 2017 at Naas Racecourse, the 10k starts at 11:00, the 5k starts at 11:30.


How To Register

Registration is being managed on the site.

Click here to Register Online
Or, if you prefer, download the application form at the following link: Registration Form (download)

Although we would advise registering online to avoid delay - The Registration desk on the day opens at 9.00am. The Registration desk will be clearly sign posted.

5k Male/Female

This is the Adult category for registered Male or Female participants who want to take part and compete in the Male/Female 5k event. The 5k is perfect for walkers, fun runners and their families.
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10k Male/Female

This is the Adult category for registered Male or Female participants who want to take part and compete in the Male/Female 10k event. The 10k route is a great cross-country test for the more serious runner.
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Under 12 Boys/Girls

This is the Under 12 category for registered Boy or Girl participants who want to take part and compete in the Boy/Girl 5k event.
Note: Unregistered Under 12 children can also run for free on the day but will not be timed or recieve a t-shirt.
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There are two team events this year. A Standard Team category, and a new addition this year will be The Equine Team. To be eligible to enter the Equine Team category you must work in an Equine related job.
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Irish Injured Jockeys Fund (IIJF)

Irish Charity No. 21119. Irish Injured Jockeys was formally established in 2014, to increase awareness of the requirements of injured jockeys and to raise funds from the public. Irish Injured Jockeys work with individual cases, current and retired riders and supports existing jockey charities, such as The Jockeys Emergency Fund, The Drogheda Memorial Fund and The Irish Jockeys Trust.
For more information on the IIJF, visit the IIJF website at:

Please Support Us

  • By supporting Jog for Jockeys, you are supporting the bravest men and women in Irish sport. Every time they mount a horse to provide you and I with the enjoyment - the buzz and thrill - we all get from racing, they are putting their bodies on the line. What other sportsperson has a minimum of two ambulances and a doctor travelling behind them as they participate? Our riders travel at 35-40 miles per hour on a half ton of horsepower with the risk of falling at anytime from a height of three metres. Not only do they need your support - THEY DESERVE IT

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    Dr Adrian McGoldrick Turf Club Senior Medical Officer
  • The Injured Jockeys is such an important charity which supports our jockeys while they are out of action so I hope to see lots of runners, joggers and walkers at Naas Racecourse on Sunday August 27.

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    Johnny Murtagh Tainer, and former jockey


Naas Racecourse

This year's Jog For Jockeys event takes place at Naas racecourse.
Naas Racecourse, Tipper Road, Naas, Co Kildare, Ireland.
Click here to view in Google Maps...

PARKING: Runners and supporters please park in the Racecourse car-park.


Get In Touch.

There are other ways to support the Jog For Jockeys event:
as a volunteer, or in kind donations.
To contact us please use one of the following methods:

Contact Information
Where to Find Us

Irish Injured Jockeys,
Curragh House,
Dublin Road,

Email Us At

[email protected]

Call Us At

Phone: 045 533011
Mobile: 086 2428014

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