Want to know where to access all of the world's top horse racing organisations in one place? Then look no further. We have documented all of the key racing bodies and put their information and webstites onto one useful page... British Racecourseshttp://www.britishracecourses.org/ - The selection of horseracing in Britain is unparalleled anywhere on the globe. The current 60 racecourses, each with its own unique character and atmosphere, offer a wide range of experiences for all horseracing fans.
The Jockey Clubhttp://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/ - the Jockey Club is a commercial organisation, operating with a corporate structure to oversee and co-ordinate the running of the group’s enterprises.
The British Horseracing Authorityhttp://www.britishhorseracing.com/ - The British Horseracing Authority is the governing and regulatory body for Horseracing
Find A Racehorsehttp://www.findaracehorse.com - Provides racehorse trainers, owners, syndicates and stud farms with a low cost online option for advertising their horses for sale or even leasing them out. Their website helps to bring racehorse buyers and sellers together, as well as key services to the racing industry.
Go To The Raceshttp://www.gototheraces.com/ - Find out which racecourse are racing when and if certain tracks have any offers or promotions.
The Professional Jockeys Associationhttp://www.thepja.co.uk/ - To promote, protect and represent the interests of professional jockeys both on and off the racecourse working with regulatory, industry and commercial bodies to secure agreements to the benefit of all and continually working in the best interest of British horseracing.
Weatherbyshttp://www.weatherbys.co.uk/ - is under contract to the BHA, and, through two subsidiaries, Weatherbys GSB and Weatherbys Ireland GSB, runs its Thoroughbred Breeding Registry (“General Stud Book”) in Britain and Ireland.
Racehorse Ownershttp://www.racehorseowners.net/ - 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.
Racehorse Trainershttp://www.racehorsetrainers.org/homepage/index.asp - To represent and protect trainers interests and to be a reliable and respected source of information, advice and support
Injured Jockeys Fundhttp://www.ijf.org.uk/ - Their aim is to maintain and support existing beneficiaries and to provide immediate and effective help to all newly injured jockeys in whatever way is appropriate to ensure a reasonable quality of life for them and their families.
Jockeys Employment & Training Schemehttp://www.jets-uk.org/ - JETS is a scheme designed to help jockeys who hold, or have held (subject to eligibility guidelines) race riding licences in the UK.
Amateur Jockeys Associationhttp://www.amateurjockeys.org.uk/ - Official website of the Amateur Jockeys Association. Find information on how to join the Association (membership includes insurance for riding out and handling racehorses worldwide), a list of amateur riders races and jockeys.
The British Racing Schoolhttp://www.brs.org.uk/Home/index.php - The British Racing School was established in 1983. Their princible objective is to provide and promote training and education for people employed in the racing industry.
Northern Racing Collegehttp://www.northernracingcollege.co.uk/ - Since opening in 1984, their aim has always been to provide high quality training for young people who want to work in the racing industry.
The National Studhttp://www.nationalstud.co.uk/ - The National Stud is the showcase for British Thoroughbred breeding. It’s situated over 500 acres of pastureland just outside Newmarket, headquarters of racing in the UK. Its facilities include accommodation for eight stallions and up to 200 mares in nine separate yards.
Racing Welfarehttp://www.racingwelfare.co.uk/ - Racing Welfare is the Jockey Club's charity. They are the only organisation to provide help and support for all people who work or have worked in the racing industry.
Doncaster Bloodstock Saleshttp://www.dbsauctions.com/ - Doncaster Bloodstock Sales Ltd (DBS) is a registered Thoroughbred Auction House, selling over 3,500 Racehorses annually. The running of the Auction House takes place from the company offices in Hawick, in the Scottish Borders, whilst they run ten sales a year from the new state-of-the-art Sales Complex in Doncaster and one further Sale at another location.
The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Associationhttp://www.thoroughbredbreedersassociation.co.uk/ - The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association is a registered charity, which was formed in 1917 and is the only official body representing Thoroughbred Breeders in Great Britain. They have always been actively involved in the wide range of issues affecting its members, all of which have a critical bearing on the health and wealth of British Thoroughbred breeding.
National Association of Stable Staffhttp://www.naoss.co.uk/ - An independent certificated Trade Union for Stable Staff. It is funded from the Rule 194 Stable Staff Prize Money and thereby not only represents its members but is also required to give advice, guidance and representation to all Stable Staff who have problems. Membership of NASS is free.
Racing Ahead Magazinehttp://www.racingahead.net/ - A full-colour monthly packed with interviews, big-race tips, horses to follow, systems and much, much more!
Owner Breederhttp://www.ownerbreeder.co.uk/ - Thoroughbred Owner & Breeder, now incorporating Pacemaker, is Europe’s most widely-read racing and bloodstock magazine.
RacingBetterhttp://www.racingbetter.co.uk/- Horse racing news portal and directory
False Favouriteshttp://www.false-favourites.co.uk/ - The core aim of the false favourites blog is to help YOU make informed decisions about betting on horses, using a realistic approach.
I.B.A.Shttp://www.ibas-uk.com/index.php - The Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS) acts as an impartial adjudicator on disputes that arise between betting/gambling operators and their customers after they have been through the operator's own internal dispute procedures and if a deadlock exists.
Gamcarehttp://www.gamcare.org.uk/ - A leading provider of information, advice, support and free counselling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling.
Gambling Therapyhttp://www.gamblingtherapy.org/en-GB/Default.aspx - Gambling Therapy has a wealth of skills and experience in helping those affected by compulsive gambling or affected by a loved one's compulsive gambling.
Gambleawarehttp://www.gambleaware.co.uk/ - Managed by the Responsibility in Gambling Trust, an independent charity which funds treatment, research and education about responsible gambling.