Groom Shishkin among riders at charity event in Newbury | Horse racing news

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Jaydon Lee walks in with Shishkin after his Clarence House Chase triumph in January

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Jaydon Lee, the lucky groom who looks after Nicky Henderson superstars Shishkin and Constitution Hill, and Nicola Baker, the wife of retired Classic-winning jockey George, are among 12 riders taking part in a charity race in Newbury on Al Shaqab Lockinge Day Saturday .

The 1m2f competition, which Dani Jackson will call in an initiative to defend female commentators, takes place before the race at 12.35pm and supports the Injured Jockeys Fund.

Over 100 IJF beneficiaries and supporters will be in attendance and the race will be shown live on Racing TV with highlights later on ITV.

“It will be great fun and we hope these runners from all walks of life have the day of their lives,” said IJF Chief Executive Lisa Hancock.

“Most importantly, they have worked so hard to raise funds for us and we cannot thank everyone who supported this race enough, with a huge thank you to Newbury for hosting us so generously.”

Lee will partner Vaynor trained at Charlie Hills, while Baker is on Cliffs Of Capri.

Hannah Roche, PA of Paul Nicholls, also participates and rides Trainer Ditcheat’s Zoran.

Donations can be made via https://injuredjockeys.co.uk/newbury-charity-race/.


Barrier trials set to return to Dundalk in July

Barrier trials will return to Dundalk in July after approval was granted for two dates in 2022.

The Irish EBF Barrier Trials are due to take place on July 5 and August 30 and will be limited to two- and three-year-olds not raced over distances of five, six and seven furlongs. Horses that are entered must be named, returned to training and have a stable certificate.

Trials will be recorded and streamed live on YouTube, while videos of each batch will be uploaded to social media immediately after each trial.

Irish Thoroughbred Marketing has been running the Barrier Trials with the co-operation of the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board and the Irish European Breeders’ Fund since 2018. The trials are primarily run to meet high demand, both locally and overseas , unraced horses.


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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 5:55 PM, MAY 9, 2022

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