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  1. Record prize fund welcomed

    ROA Chief Executive Charlie Liverton has welcomed the record prize-money forecast of £160 million in British racing in 2018.

  2. No ban for Hughie Morrison

    Hughie Morrison has avoided a ban following the conclusion of the Our Little Sister doping case.

  3. Record prize-money at Cheltenham

    The Cheltenham Festival will boast record prize-money of £4,590,000 over its four days next March.

  4. Riding fees agreed for 2018

    The ROA and the Professional Jockeys Association have agreed a 3.1 per cent increase in riding fees for 2018.

  5. Jockey Club invests £4.2m in prize-money

    The Jockey Club is to pump an extra £4.2 million from its own coffers into prize-money in 2018, increasing total race values by £8 million.

  6. Give reforms a chance says BHA

    The BHA wants horsemen to give the measures introduced to the novice chase system more time to work.

  7. Enable is ROA Horse of the Year

    Dual Classic and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Enable and her owner, Khalid Abdullah, triumphed at the ROA Horseracing Awards.

  8. Cheltenham is ROA top large racecourse

    Cheltenham, Bangor-on-Dee and Musselburgh racecourses have been named as the best in Britain for racehorse owners.

  9. Racing's pool betting is crucial

    The new pool betting consortium must walk before it runs, says ROA President Nicholas Cooper in his December blog.

  10. Awards night is coming up

    The ROA Horseracing Awards evening is fast approaching. It's on Thursday 7 December at the InterContinental Hotel, London.

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