Keep British racing on the right side of the line
If you see or hear of any wrongdoing in racing we want to know about it. Use our anonymous online reporting form or call our freephone number to report any offences and help us keep racing clean.
Report using our freephone number
Report using our anonymous online reporting form below
RaceStraight is a reporting line, aimed at encouraging both members of the public and the racing industry to come forward with information about any wrong doing in the sport of horse racing.
There are two ways of contacting RaceStraight. You can either call our freephone number 0800 085 2580 with information about potential breaches of the Rules of Racing at any time of any day, or complete the online reporting form.
RaceStraight wants your information NOT your name. You will be asked questions about the information you are giving – but you will not be asked your name, address, or anything that may identify you.
The call operators are not allowed to let the British Horseracing Authority know anything about you which may reveal your identity, e.g. if the call is about a neighbour of yours they will not disclose this.
RaceStraight want to work with the Industry in helping to keep it clean. To do that they need as much information as possible from you in order to pass useful data onto the Integrity Department. This means that the call operator will ask you questions about what you know. This helps check that your information can be acted upon by the Integrity team – the more detail they have the more likely they will be able to take action.
NEVER put yourself at risk or abuse a position of trust to discover information about wrongdoing.
The information is handed to the Integrity Department of the British Horseracing Authority for them to deal with. They have the authority to investigate any wrongdoing in the sport of horseracing. This information will be kept confidential and secure.
The Integrity Department will thoroughly research the information that is given in order to act accordingly.
It may take some time for the British Horseracing Authority to act on this information, for example, it may form part of a larger investigation, or it may remain on file for use at a later date.
Remember, all information is important, no matter how big or small.