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  1. Towcester entering administration

    The future of Towcester Racecourse is in doubt after steps began to put the business into administration.

  2. Racing must reflect the UK of today

    ROA President Nicholas Cooper says BHA chief executive Nick Rust is correct that racing must remain relevant to the British public.

  3. ROA welcomes 2019 fixture list

    The Racehorse Owners Association has applauded the balance of the 2019 fixture list for British racing.

  4. Levy at ten-year high

    The Government's reforms to the levy system have produced the highest yield in a decade for racing's central funding system.

  5. Heat hits field sizes

    The prolonged heatwave is starting to have a major impact on average field sizes in racing.

  6. Entries close in August for Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival

    If you are lucky enough to have a horse that could make the trip to Australia - closing dates for entries are fast approaching

  7. ROA Vice President launches charity book

    Alan Pickering's "Look Where You're Going" charts a life overcoming challenges and a passion for horse racing

  8. Debt service for trainers

    Trainers are being offered third-party assistance to tackle the scourge of owners who fail to pay bills.

  9. Relevance is the challenge

    Relevance to the wider world is the real challenge facing British racing, BHA chief executive Nick Rust told the ROA Annual General Meeting.

  10. Diversity report published

    Racing's first diversity and inclusion action plan suggests parts of the sport are "out of kilter with modern British society".

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