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PARROT MOUTH: Can you rise to the challenge?
on 17 October 2017
Five pairs of tickets can be won for next Sunday October 22nd, Killavullan Stakes Raceday at Leopardstown where the final leg of the Corinthian Challenge charity race series will be run

NEXT Sunday October 22nd is Killavullan Stakes Raceday at Leopardstown AND also sees the final leg of the Corinthian Challenge charity race series in aid of Irish Injured Jockeys. We have five pairs of tickets to be won for what should be a great day out.

Fourteen amateur riders, who have been maintaining their fitness, drive and commitment over the past six months, will battle it out one last time, over the very challenging Irish Champion Stakes course, all in aid of Irish Injured Jockeys.

Currently Lynne McLoughlin is on 17 points, Killian McCarthy on 10 points and Paddy Woods on eight points.

To make an online donation, log onto http://corinthianchallenge.com/. Click on the rider’s name and it will bring you to their Everyday Hero account.

To WIN a pair of tickets to Killavullan Stakes Raceday at Leopardstown on Sunday 22nd October we are challenging you to suggest a novel fundraising initiative that could be adopted by the Irish Injured Jockeys.

We will judge the suggestions and the five best will be chosen by next Monday evening, October 16th. Entries by email to fieldcomp@theirishfield.ie with your name, address and contact number.

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