A fantastic facility making a difference to the lives of so many jockeys and their families each year – we visit Jack Berry House, the flagship facility of The Injured Jockeys Fund in the north of England, to find out more about the tireless work this charity carries out for the racing community before the inaugural Voice Of Racing Day on Friday 30 June 2017.
Giving back to the sport we love and raising money for places like Jack Berry House, we speak to those behind the scenes who help the charity make the difference it sets out to achieve – founder Jack Berry, resident manager Jo Russell, almoner Helen Wilson and physiotherapist Gemma Darley.
How does a facility like Jack Berry House make such an impact on the life of injured jockeys and people in racing? Jockey George Chaloner tells us how Jack Berry House helped him back on to his feet and just how important these kind of establishments are to the racing community.
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