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Racing's golden opportunity 

Nicholas Cooper thumbNicholas Cooper says the new financial powers of racing's rulers come with responsibility.



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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The RCA's new PASSCard

The RCA's new PASSCard

Details of how the RCA's new PASScard works can be found here

ROA Owners Jackpot

ROA Owners Jackpot

Don't miss out on a chance to scoop a £2,000 bonus on selected weekly races during 2016.

ROA / JCR Admission Scheme

ROA / JCR Admission Scheme

The ROA / Jockey Club Racecourses admission scheme - open to anyone with less than 50% of a horse in training.

2017 Fixtures now available in the Members' Area.

ARC Admission Scheme

ARC Admission Scheme

With the ROA / ARC admission scheme you can visit each of the group's 16 racecourses twice each during 2017 for free!

Direct Debit

Direct Debit

You can now set up online a Direct Debit to pay for your subscription

Trainer Packs

Trainer Packs

We recently sent Trainer Packs to all NTF registered trainers. You can also download a copy here



  1. Record Jockey Club results

    Record Jockey Club results

    The Jockey Club has announced a record set of annual results, including the amount it ploughed back into racing through prize-money.

  2. New funding era for racing

    New funding era for racing

    ROA Chief Executive Charlie Liverton has welcomed the new era for British racing with a reformed levy system introduced.

  3. Racing's green light from Europe

    Racing's green light from Europe

    British racing is close to a new central funding system after the European Commission gave its approval to the plan to reform the levy.

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Guide to Racehorse Ownership

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The ROA has produced an indispensible handbook for existing and potential racehorse owners alike.

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April's Thoroughbred Owner & Breeder

Members receive this wonderful magazine FREE each month

April 2017Sizing Gold - Ann and Alan Pott's Sizing John is a british-bred Gold Cup winner

Perfect Candidate - Fergal O'Brien on aiming for Garnd National glory

Racing Authority - a look at how the money from plugging the offshore betting loophole will be overseen

Plus 24 hour Long Run - a day with Sam Waley-Cohen From Gold Cups to Breeze Ups - a look at Mark Dwyer's prep school, Howard Wright on drugs in the Worlds Best racehorse Rankings and Tony Morris' looks at teh legnedary Man O'War a century after his birth

...and much, much more

ROA Member Benefits

For the equivalent of just 63p a day qualifying members enjoy £1,000s of benefits, including: 

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