Horse Racing Directory
A directory of Horse Racing websites
- The British Horseracing Authority – The governing and regulatory body for British Horse Racing.
- Weatherbys – Provides British Horseracing with its central administration. Weatherbys has been in business since 1770.
- Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) – Levy Collection, Improving Horseracing, Advancing Veterinary Science and Education and Supporting Breeds
Grand National Websites
Grand National Factfile
- The Grand National is the most valuable jump race in Europe.
- Location: – Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England.
- Distance: – 4 miles 3½ furlongs or 7,141m.
- Horses jump a total 30 fences over two circuits.
- First run officially in 1839
- National Trainers Federation – The voice of Britain’s Racehorse Trainers
- Trainers’ Licences – part of the British Horseracing Authority website – The Licensing Team administers the annual licensing process for Trainers.
- Newmarket Trainers Federation
- Malton Racing Association – bringing together 30 racehorse trainers from the towns of Malton, Norton and the Ryedale area.
Horse Racing News, Information, Results, Horse Sales and Tips
- Tim Easterby Racing – Read all the racing news from the racehorse trainer Tim Easterby. View the horses for sale, racing partnerships and syndicates.
- The Horse Betting Analyst – Horse racing betting advice and information from a top UK horse racing tipster.
- Winning Post – Live UK & Irish Horse Racing Results.
- The Racecourse Association – The trade association for British racecourses – Formed in 1907.
- Jockey Club Racecourses – Operating a diversified portfolio of 15 racecourses in the UK.
- Arena Racing Company – The largest racecourse operator in the UK, hosting nearly 40% of the fixture list.
- Scottish Racing – Information on Scotland’s five racecourses. The website includes a Fixtures page of Scottish race meetings.
There are 60 Racecourses in Britain.
- 5 in Scotland
- 3 in Wales
- 53 in England
Jockey Associations and Welfare
- The Professional Jockeys Association – Working on behalf of members and dedicated to all aspects of the profession.
- The Injured Jockeys Fund – Providing care, financial help and compassion to injured Jockeys.
- JETS – Jockeys Employment and Training Scheme – Helping jockeys achieve a secure future
- Amateur Jockeys Association of Great Britain – Aiming to protect and promote the interests of over 500 members.
- Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre – West Sussex
- Racehorse Sanctuary and Rehoming Centre – West Sussex – working tirelessly to save abandoned and neglected ex-racehorses.
- The Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre (TRC) – Lancaster – a charity dedicated to providing ex-racehorse re-training, re-homing and protection for life.