Richard Woollacott’s Fundraising page – PLEASE DONATE

Richard Woollacott’s Fundraising page – PLEASE DONATE

 

Richard Woollcott’s Fundraising Page

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The world of horse racing was struck by devastating news on Wednesday when horse
trainer Richard Woollacott was announced dead at the age of forty. As a jockey, he was
crowned British national champion back in 2010, starting a separate career as a trainer two
years prior, where he went on to train sixty eventual winners from his own personal stables
in Devon.
Richard Woollacott suffered from mental illness for many years and left behind a wife and
child through his untimely passing. Showing indescribable bravery at such a traumatic time,
his wife Kayley has set up an online fundraising page to donate money to three major
charities.
Involved charities include ‘Mind’, who raise awareness over mental health, ‘The Injured
Jockeys Fund’, who were a charity close to Richard Woollacott’s heart, and ‘Devon Air
Ambulance’, who are always on hand to provide critical medical care to those in his home
county.
We’ve donated £250 to pay our respects to such a fond favourite in horse racing, and show
support to such a worthy cause. We urge you to do the same with whatever amount,
however big or small, you’re willing to donate. You can access the fundraising page HERE
We send our best wishes to Richard Woollacott’s family and offer our deepest condolences.

 

 

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