Three horse racing charities, Irish Injured Jockeys, the Irish Horse Welfare Belief and the Drogheda Memorial Fund, have come collectively to host ‘An Viewers with Joe Schmidt’ on Thursday January 17 at 1pm within the Keadeen Lodge in Newbridge, County Kildare.
Irish rugby’s record-breaking head coach will focus on his love of horse racing, his involvement in racehorse possession, his early days as a basketball coach, his life altering determination to maneuver his household from New Zealand to Eire, and his transition to certainly one of rugby’s biggest ever coaches.
With Eire pushing New Zealand all the best way on the planet rankings, 2019 is shaping as much as be an enormous 12 months for Irish rugby.
Joe will chat to Hugh Cahill, RTÉ’s rugby commentator, about Eire’s probabilities on the upcoming Six Nations Championship, the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, his determination to step down as coach of the Irish rugby workforce subsequent 12 months and his plans for the long run.
Company will get the prospect to ask Joe questions in a Q&A session afterwards.
The occasion may also function a charity public sale which is able to embrace an array of racing and sporting objects and memorabilia, live performance tickets, artwork, luxurious resort stays, rounds of golf with sporting stars and a VIP day on the races.
Tables of 10, which embrace lunch, are actually obtainable for €1000.
Contact Donal O’Shea from the Drogheda Memorial Fund on 045 445 620 or by e-mail: [email protected]
Irish Injured Jockeys
Irish Injured Jockeys was arrange in 2014 to extend consciousness and lift important funds to assist injured jockeys. Funds raised by Irish Injured Jockeys go to the injured riders who’re in most want of assist.
Irish Horse Welfare Belief
Irish Horse Welfare Belief was established in 1999 to assist the plight of horses in Eire. As Eire’s largest devoted equine charity, it supplies a devoted centre, geared up for 65 horses and ponies, together with re-training retired racehorses, at their equine centre in Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow.
Drogheda Memorial Fund
Drogheda Memorial Fund was established in 1893 to offer non permanent and everlasting monetary help to trainers and riders who discover themselves in needy circumstances whether or not from age, illness, accident or misfortune. It additionally supplies funds for the widows and youngsters of such individuals. Revenue for the fund is derived from a portion of the annual licence charges of jockeys, certified riders (beginner jockeys) and trainers, from funding revenue and from voluntary donations.
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