The Racing Media Academy is part of the Non-Yard Based Career Pathway into horse racing; for those people who love the idea of working in racing but can’t necessarily, or don’t want to ride horses. The Racing Media Academy gives its students the opportunity for work experience and training within racing’s top media houses.
Understand what environmental sustainability is and how it impacts horse racing. Discover the risks, challenges and opportunities of environmental sustainability. Gain practical tips on how to make changes.
The Staff Management course is suitable for anyone who currently supervises staff in a racing yard or stud farm. It covers many aspects of administration, leadership and management needed in the day to day running of a racing yard. This course does not to teach practical horse care.
As an alternative to riding as a professional jockey, individuals may apply for an Amateur Riders Permit. It can be a great way to kick start your race riding career and was the route chosen by Ryan Moore, Tom O’Brien and Richard Johnston to name a few.
Whether you already work within horseracing or simply have a desire to learn about what goes into running and administering the multi-million pound industry then TRIC is the course for you. With an established reputation, TRIC attracts delegates from all over the world as well as a top-class line-up of speakers throughout the week.
If you are aged 21 or over and are already an experienced rider but have never experienced the thrill of riding a racehorse, and are considering riding out in a racing yard, then this is the course for you!
If a career in an exciting, high-profile and challenging industry sounds appealing, then the British Horseracing Development Programme is for you. It starts with a comprehensive two-week residential course at The British Racing School followed by a typically eight-week long paid placement with a leading industry organisation.
Apprentice and Conditional Jockeys Licences allow riders aged between 16 and 26 years old, who are in full time paid employment with a UK based Licensed Racehorse Trainer, to ride in flat or jump races against professional jockeys.
A full day’s intensive training for riders intending to ride in the upcoming Point to Point season. Gain the edge over your rivals with expert coaching and be assessed for your Rider Qualification Certificate. This day is also suitable for experienced Pony Racing riders.
The £30 charge will be refundable off the cost of the RQC.