What we do

The Racehorse Owners Association (ROA) has over 8,000 members and promotes and protects the interests of racehorse owners in Great Britain. Since 1945 we have been making members' racehorse ownership
more cost-effective and enjoyable.

Absolutely anyone can join the ROA. Our membership benefits suit any level of ownership, and those who don't have a horse in training.

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Latest Blog

PRESIDENT'S BLOG

Don't ignore my generation 

Nicholas Cooper thumbNicholas Cooper says racing needs new blood but the sport must also retain its older audience.

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Magical Moments

A look at the stories behind the horse and owner. What prompted members to get involved with ownership - and the thrill of that - sometimes long awaited - winner!

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About the ROA

Find out more here about how
the ROA works for our 8,000+ members

Anyone can be a member of the ROA

Even if you don't have shares in a racehorse. 

All members qualify for at least one of our free admission schemes.

My ownership story

Nick Luck catches up with a number of owners, who recount how they got into racehorse ownership.

 

News

  1. Shock drop in levy - Racing Post

    Shock drop in levy - Racing Post

    Racing's finances have been dealt a huge blow as levy income has fallen by around £15 million, says the Racing Post.

  2. Ownership Day at Newton Abbot

    Ownership Day at Newton Abbot

    The ROA continues its series of nine Industry Ownership Days in 2019 at Newton Abbot Racecourse.

  3. Jockey Club chief executive to step down

    Jockey Club chief executive to step down

    Simon Bazalgette is to step down as group chief executive of the Jockey Club after more than ten years.


 

August's Thoroughbred Owner & Breeder

Members receive this wonderful magazine FREE each month

August 17The Tin Man II - James Fanshaw still loving life in Newmarket

Fanning the flames - Joe Fanning on enjoying life in the North

Stars of tomorrow - a look ahead to the sales season

Plus 24 hour Long Run - a day with William Derby ROA AGM  - a look back at our annual meeting, Howard Wright on the future of staying horses Andrew Caulfield on a very good year and Tony Morris' on a life of passion.

...and much, much more

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