To develop a regional medical centre of excellence for the provision of injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services to jockeys and the wider racing community.
To provide facilities for shared use between the IJF and BRS to include a fully equipped gym, simulator rooms and class rooms.
To provide facilities, and a meeting place committed to health and fitness which will encourage all jockeys whether injured or not, to maximise their individual fitness thereby making serious injury from racing accidents less likely and to achieve a speedier recovery from accidents if they do occur.
To become a leading centre for racing, equestrian and related sports medicine.
To further promote the Injured Jockeys Fund regionally and nationally.
To educate and to teach future generations of racecourse physiotherapists and clinicians with an interest in racing and sports medicine.
The building grows on the success of the charities other facilities; Jack Berry House in Malton and Oaksey House in Lambourne. Peter O’Sullevan House will have state-of-the-art rehabilitation and fitness facilities including a hydrotherapy pool and gym as well as housing the Injured Jockeys Fund Head Office.