The ROA and how it works for owners

  • Monday 13 March 2017
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The Racehorse Owners Association (ROA) promotes and represents the interests of racehorse owners in Great Britain.

The ROA has over 7,600 members who enjoy a package of benefits to make their racehorse ownership more cost-effective and enjoyable. In a recent National Racehorse Owners Survey the average duration of ownership among ROA members is 6.5 years, compared to 4.7 for all registered owners.

Benefits of membership include:

• Free racecourse admission schemes.
• Automatic third party liability insurance up to £10 million.
• ROA SIS owner-sponsorship scheme enabling owners to register for and reclaim VAT on their costs of ownership. This provides typical annual savings of £4,000+.
• Free Owner’ priority parking label.
• Thoroughbred Owner & Breeder. A free copy of the monthly must-read industry magazine.
• 20% discount on most BHA registration fees.
• Member discounts on a range of goods and services.
• ROA Owners Jackpot a weekly race offers a £2,000 bonus on top of win prize-money to connections where a horse is owned by ROA members.

Date

Course

Race

01/03/2017

Ffos Las

2m4f Class 4 4yo+ 0-120 Handicap Hurdle

11/03/2017

Chelmsford City

1m2f Class 6 4yo+ 0-55 Handicap

13/03/2017

Stratford

2m Class 3 4yo+ 0-130 Handicap Hurdle

17/03/2017

Fakenham

2m5f Class 5 5yo+ 0-100 Handicap Chase

20/03/2017

Southwell

2m Class 4 4yo+ 0-110 Handicap Hurdle

02/04/2017

Ascot

2m3.5f Class 4 4yo+ Maiden Hurdle

05/04/2017

Wincanton

3m1f Class 4 5yo+ 0-110 Handicap Chase

11/04/2017

Pontefract

1m Class 5 4yo+ 0-75 Handicap

18/04/2017

Exeter

2m2f Class 4 4yo+ 0-115 Handicap Hurdle

25/04/2017

 

Hexham

3m Class 5 5yo+ 0-100 Handicap Chase

All ROA members benefit from free racecourse admission. Which scheme do you qualify for?

The Racecourse Badge Scheme for Owners provides free admission to over 1,300 fixtures to members with 50% or more of a horse in training. This covers all meetings at 37 racecourses. In the case of a partnership, the two nominated partners qualify.

The ROA JCR Admission Scheme enables free admission to ROA members to around 300 Jockey Club Racecourse fixtures during the year. Badges just need to be booked in advance through the Members Area of the ROA website. For this scheme, where badges are booked seven days or more in advance, they are posted out.  Badges booked within a week of a fixture are available for collection at the general Ticket Collection Point at the racecourse (rather than the Owners Entrance).

The ROA website has an Owners Resources section within which you will find examples of agreement templates which are designed to be helpful for anyone setting up or joining a racing partnership.

Members can enjoy access to a range of exclusive social events, both on and off the racecourse, and this extends to facilities for owners at a number of racing festivals in Ireland and France. 

Membership is £230 and it is possible to join online securely

Owners may also find the Guide to Racehorse Ownership of interest. This is a free online 60 page guide published a couple of years ago by the ROA.  It includes answers to some commonly asked questions and is designed to de-mystify ownership.

Please contact the ROA team if we can be of assistance:

Racehorse Owners Association
Tel: 020 7152 0200
Email: info@roa.co.uk

 

 

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