Official Charity Partner
Bob Champion Cancer Trust
Each year in the UK of the 44,000 men, who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, 12,000 can expect to die from their disease.
Bob Champion was diagnosed with cancer in two parts of his body at the height of his riding career. The dream that kept him going through the long months of chemotherapy that followed was that one day he might win the Aintree Grand National on Aldaniti. Against all odds, in 1981 his dream came true. The interest and enthusiasm generated by racing’s greatest fairytale led to the foundation of the Bob Champion Cancer Trust in 1983. Since then the Trust has raised in excess of 13 million pounds. The achievements of the Trust and its work into testicular and prostate cancer continue to give hope to the thousands of men and their families affected by cancer each year. Your support is much appreciated.