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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2018: Give a gift which gives back
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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 2018: Give a gift which gives back
on 23 November 2018
Support the Irish Injured Jockeys this Christmas by choosing presents from the wide range of merchandise

GIVING a Christmas gift which supports a good cause can really add to the experience. The Irish Injured Jockeys is a cause close to many hearts.

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

The Irish Injured Jockeys fundraise in a variety of ways and support existing charities. They have a wide range gifts for sale which make ideal Christmas presents for all the family. Prices start from as little as €1 for a pen and €2 for a key ring and go up to €15 for beanie hats.

The Irish Injured Jockeys range includes everything from caps to mugs to colouring pencils so you will get all of the stockings filled while supporting a very worthy cause. All items are available online at irishinjuredjockeys.com.

Irish Injured Jockeys have a wide range of gift items available for purchase on their website which make perfect Christmas presents.

The final date for orders is Friday 14th December. The Irish Injured Jockeys thank everyone for supporting the cause.

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