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The Corithians Challenge is a new charity race series in aid of the Irish Injured Jockeys Fund. The Challenge involves riding in three charity races over the course of five months.
The first race was on the 29th of May in Naas racecourse over a mile.
The second race was on the 17th July on the Curragh over a mile and a half.
The third race is on the 23rd of October over a mile and a quarter in Leopardstown racecourse.
Riders are required to source horses suitable for the races and convince trainers to let me ride them.
Riders must maintain their fitness for the duration of the series and above all we aim to raise €10,000 each before the final race with your support.
Racing has always been a huge part of my life as I've grown up on my family's stud farm and my brother is an amateur jockey; I myself held a point to point handlers license for three seasons, training a small number of horses for my parents.
I am currently in my final year of my degree, studying Equine Management in CAFRE College, Co. Fermanagh.
I hope you will support me in my efforts to raise funds and awareness for the Irish Injured Jockeys Fund.