Retraining of Racehorses
Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses which have retired from racing. The charity aims to raise funds to help support the retraining and rehoming of former racehorses and to raise the profile of retired racehorses to promote their versatility for other equestrian disciplines.Visit site
The independent education charity Racing to School (Reg no.1040590) delivers free outdoor learning activities for young people at racecourses, studs and trainers’ yards across the country. At present, the charity works with approximately 200 primary and secondary schools and delivers over 350 events each year. Racing to School plans to engage a record 14,000 beneficiaries in 2018.
Racing to School leads Racing Together: racing’s community engagement programme.
The charity also works with industry partners, equine colleges and Pony Club branches across the country to deliver our Riders’ Programme, which encourages young people who already ride and/or have an interest in another equine discipline to consider racing and thoroughbred breeding as a possible career route.Visit site
Tickets for Troops
BHA has worked with Tickets for Troops since 2010 by arranging free admission to racing for servicemen and women thanks to the generosity of Britain’s racecourses.Visit site