Join The Racing Industry Course for 2022

Wed Oct 27

The Racing Industry Course

IS BACK!

Applications are now being taken for The Racing Industry Course, which will take place from 31st January- 4th  February 2022 at the British Racing School in Newmarket.

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 and is supported by a top-class line-up of speakers throughout the week.

Run by the British Horseracing Authority, TRIC is held in Newmarket, the epicentre of British racing, and hosted by the British Racing School which not only provides first-rate lecture facilities but also overnight accommodation and full board for all delegates throughout the course.

TRIC provides a fascinating overview of all facets of the racing industry, from the history of the sport to promotion and its contribution to the British economy. Leading trainers and jockeys give their perspective on racing, while a number of the sport’s administrators detail the day-to-day running of thoroughbred racing and breeding in this country and in other racing jurisdictions and examine the issues it faces today.

Duncan Gregory, Operations Director at the British Racing School said, “after the long months of Covid, this course provides the perfect opportunity to spend, what promises to be, a stimulating, interesting and informative week in the company of others from across the industry, learning through visits and talks from a host of top speakers. Reserve your place now and take your understanding of racing to a new level”.

The five-day course is £1400 which is residential and the price includes all meals, accommodation and excursions.  For more information or to reserve a place please contact Cath Goff at The British Racing School on cath.goff@brs.org.uk or 07766 051545 or 01638 669039. Further details of the course are available here