Peter O’Sullevan House will house state-of-the-art rehabilitation and fitness facilities including physio treatment rooms and a hydrotherapy pool, as well as a light and airy gym, the Injured Jockeys Fund Head Office and a Peter O’Sullevan Atrium which will contain racing memorabilia from his life, and a meeting/work space for those using the centre.
Along with those at Oaksey House and Jack Berry House, the Hydroworx Hydropool is key to any rehabilitation facility and beneficial in treating a multitude of injuries with its underwater treadmill, massage hoses and performance monitoring systems. It can also accommodate spinally injured patients.
Peter O’Sullevan House will be available to use for IJF beneficiaries, jockeys current and retired, Racing Welfare beneficiaries, British Racing School students and the wider racing community in Newmarket.About Us Next
Members of the public who donate £100 and above will also be allocated a horse shoe in recognition of their support that will be used in the creation of a ‘Horse Shoe Sculpture’ in the grounds of Peter O’Sullevan House. This sculpture, created by renowned steel sculpture artist Tom Hill, will be made up of approx. 800 horseshoes that have been worn by racehorses from the Newmarket Racing yards and kindly supplied and donated by the towns racing farriers, trainers and owners.