LYNNE MCLOUGHLIN WINS FIRST LEG OF THE IRISH INJURED JOCKEYS CORINTHIAN CHALLENGE AT THE CURRAGH
Lynne McLoughlin from Baltinglass in Co. Wicklow won the first leg of the Irish Injured Jockey’s Corinthian Challenge Charity Race Series. Lynne who works as a work rider for trainer Jessica Harrington rode a confident race onboard ‘Nearly Famous’ winning the race by seven lengths to her nearest rival ‘Six Silver Lane’, ridden by Orla Donworth. Tim Gredley riding ‘Zanjabeel’ came third.
13 horses in total went to post at The Curragh for the race which is the first of three-part series of races called The Corinthian Challenge which is held to raise much needed funds for Irish Injured Jockeys. Each rider will aim to raise €10,000 each through sponsorship and fundraising with all proceeds going to Irish Injured Jockeys.