British Racing Club
As a member of the British Racing Club, you will have at least six horses (three flat horses and three national hunt) in training across the country, each with a well-respected trainer.
You will have the opportunity to visit your horses on the gallops and meet their trainers and those who know them and love them the most!
Whenever the British Racing Club has a runner, you can enter a ballot for Owners badges, and, if successful, you will go to the races as an owner, meet the trainer and jockey in the parade ring and enjoy owners hospitality.
We realise that not everyone can go racing all of the time, and so we make it our priority to keep our members close to the action. Enjoy the pre-race build-up and a post-race report from the trainer and jockey (win, lose or draw!) straight to your mobile, tablet or desktop and enjoy the racehorse ownership experience from the comfort of your home or office.
Our team is passionate about sharing the exciting racehorse ownership experience with anyone who wants to be a part of it; this means regular updates, photos and videos of the horses, as well as in-depth race previews and reviews, a weekly newsletter, and helpful videos and articles covering topics across the racing industry. The racing world is a wonderful one and we want to engage you with as much of it as possible!
Benefits of Membership
We will always have at least six carefully chosen horses in training at any one time.
Horses are leased, so can be returned and replaced if not suitable for the Club to race.
Top-class communication with regular updates on each horse and their plans. Join a friendly and active online and offline community of racing fans.
Monthly yard visits to meet your horses, their trainers and those who look after them.
Covering all things racing, our weekly newsletter includes a preview of the weekend’s racing.
Ballot for owners’ badges when any BRC horses are declared to run, allowing free entry to the racecourse, Owners and Trainers area access and paddock entry to meet the jockey and trainer.
Allowing you to enjoy the experience of having a runner even when not at the races in person.