Horseracing Awards 2019

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19:00PM 12 DECEMBER 2019 - 23:30PM 12 DECEMBER 2019


History will be made - make sure you're there.

The 38th ROA Horseracing Awards will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at a new venue - the newly-refurbished Royal Lancaster Hotel, W2.

The glittering ceremony will pay homage to the outstanding equine performers of 2019.

The evening will include a Champagne reception, followed by a three-course dinner with wine and the renowned Awards ceremony hosted by Nick Luck and Oli Bell.  The evening finishes with dancing to the Chance band.

Enable scooped the coveted Horse of the Year title for the second time in 2018 - will she repeat her victory this year despite not winning a third Arc? Or will Tiger Roll add to his illustrious CV?

Tickets are £162.50 + VAT (£195) per guest or £1,500 + VAT (£1,800) for a table of ten. These price include VAT. Non-members can attend by telephoning the ROA team on 0207 152 0200 or use this form.

Owners are invited to showcase their racing colours in the Awards brochure for a minimum donation of £100 including VAT. Please contact Weatherbys Commercial Services on (0)1933 440077 to add your support.


How to vote

How to vote for your champions of 2019

... probably your most important vote of the year!


We have seen many great performances over the last year, and here is your chance to celebrate the champions of 2019 for the ROA Horseracing Awards for 2019.

Members can log into the Members Area to access the secure link to vote. 

Log into the Members Area to vote

If you don't agree with the nominated horses, you can add your own selection into the mix in the "Other nomination" section in each award. These nominations merely act as a guide.

To be eligible in each category, horses much have run at least once in the UK during the 2019 Flat season or 2018/19 National Hunt season.

You can only vote once and have one selection per category. Multiple entries will not be counted.

You do not have to vote in each category, simply click Next to go onto the next award.

In the past few years, a number of categories have had just a handful of votes between them, so your vote really makes a difference.