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  1. Arena lifts prize-money over £35m

    Arena Racing Company is to 'unlock' every race for the rest of 2018 so securing the extra funding to lift its prize-money over £35 million.

  2. Prize fund boosts at Newmarket

    The ROA has welcomed a ten per cent rise in prize-money at Newmarket Racecourses for the 2018 season.

  3. BHA clamps down on non-runners

    Thirteen trainers will not be able to self-certify their runners for 12 months after their non-runner rates operated above a set threshold.

  4. First £1m handicap on the Flat

    British Flat racing will have its first £1 million handicap in the Ebor run at York Racecourse in August.

  5. Appearance Money Scheme - update

    The ROA has compiled a list of races that have not been unlocked under the Appearance Money Scheme, and therefore do not benefit from additional prize-money of up to £1,600 per race.

  6. 36-wait for a winner is over

    Racehorse owner Cliff Underwood's wait of over a third of a century for a winner under Rules came to a joyous end at Market Rasen.

  7. Owners take aim at Doncaster

    An unusual design of racing silks have been spotted on a British racecourse for the first time.

  8. Owner disqualified over bet

    A millionaire businessman claimed he laid his own horse on Betfair to prove a point to his trainer, a BHA inquiry heard.

  9. 73 still in the Grand National

    Seventy-three horses remain in the £1 million Randox Health Grand National at the latest forfeit stage.

  10. Silks Series expanded in 2018

    The Silk Series, which gives female jockeys further opportunities on popular summer racedays, has been expanded.

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