The Racing Post is a British daily horse racing, greyhound racing and sports betting newspaper, owned by FL Partners.
Racing Post was first published in April 1986. It includes information on form of horses and tips for meetings across the country, the going of the courses, age of horses, handicap ratings and other information relevant to the race in question.
Published every day, and is the most popular racing newspaper in Britain
The Racecourse Association (RCA) is the trade association of British Racecourses.
The variety of horseracing in Britain is unparalleled anywhere in the world. The 60 racecourses, each with its own particular character and atmosphere, offer a wide range of experiences and cater for all tastes and pockets. It is the RCA’s role to ensure that the high quality of those racecourses is maintained.
The role of the Professional Jockey’s Association is to promote, protect and represent the interests of professional jockeys both on and off the racecourse.
They work with regulatory, industry and commercial bodies to secure agreements to the benefit of all and continually working in the best interest of British horseracing.
The AJA is designed to improve the standard and safety of all amateur riders, encourage amateur races under both codes, find sponsors for events, act on behalf of its members by providing recommendations to the various regulatory and administrative racing bodies, select and finance amateurs to ride abroad and play an important part through its seat on the Industry Committee in the formation of the policy of the British Racing Industry
Point-to-Point racing is steeple chase racing for amateurs.
Weatherby's run the official point to point racing website. Here you can find the official Results for the sport and a range of services to Point-to-Point Meetings and the sport in general.
It also publishes a range of Point-to-Point books, including the critically acclaimed Mackenzie & Harris Hunter Chasers & Point-to-Pointers Annual
With more than 7,500 members, the Racehorse Owners Association promotes and protects the interests of racehorse owners in Britain.
ROA Council members serve an important function on many of racing's boards and committees including the BHA Board.
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