British Racing School
Fri Feb 15

Which horse would get your Valentines kiss??

The Ground Based Yard Staff Course cover all elements of working with racehorses because that’s what the job entails, the only thing they miss out is the riding, so, as with all the other courses they take part in a Best Turned Out competition as part of their course to prepare them for taking horses racing. Unfortunately we don’t offer a cash prize to the winners like racecourses do! 📸 1 Winners Megan, Stephanie and Eleanor with GOLDREAM 📸 2 Runners up Kieran, Peter and Simona with GLENLYON

Fri Feb 8

Have you heard? We’re going to be exhibiting at the UK University Search Show at on 8th Feb. If you’d like to find out more about our apprenticeships, we’d love to see you there. Find out more on our website

Girl carrying tack
Wed Jan 30

Beautiful morning in HQ! No filters needed

📢 Calling all under 25’s working in a RACING YARD… its time you took the next step on your CAREER PATH.. You’ve completed your Level 2 so now it’s time you got started with your LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN RACEHORSE CARE & MANAGEMENT.

This Advanced Apprenticeship is: 👉The ideal way to increase your knowledge
👉 A mandatory requirement for all prospective permit holders or racehorse trainers
👉Linked to the GRADE A RACING WAGE 💰💰 For more information check out our website (link in bio) or email

The next induction course is 25TH – 29TH MARCH.

What are you waiting for??

⬆️⬆️Imagine this could be your classroom⬆️⬆️ If you’re in year 9 and looking at your GCSE options have you considered a LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA IN RACEHORSE CARE?! Probably not BUT IT IS AN OPTION…

The 2 year programme involves attending the British Racing School one day per week to learn to ride and care for Racehorses.
If are interested in the Flexible Learning Programme you can speak to the teachers at your school and show them our website or contact Jackie Gill on, tel: 01638 665103

No here! We’re still smiling about our OUTSTANDING Grade 1 from OFSTED following a full inspection

It was Best Turned Out Competition time this afternoon for COURSE 327.

Congratulations to the winning team, Shannon, Jade, Tim and Hannah who presented Emrani 🏆🐎 Runners up: Connie O’Meara turned out by Tom, Dayna, Freya and Hannah Sitch

3rd place: Kaiya, Jack and Reagan with Big Bang

Well done to everyone, youll be landing Best Turned Out prizes on the Racecourse in no time


After the success of last year we have once again teamed up with THE PRINCE’S TRUST and GODOLPHIN to offer 16-30 year olds not currently in employment., education or training the opportunity to experience HORSE RACING.

The course is FREE to attend and will run from 25th February to 1st March 2019 then contct The Prince’s Trust
TELEPHONE 0800 842842 for information
What are you waiting for it’s all FREE

Riders on todays Conditional Jockey Pre-Licence Assessment Course being given instruction from Richard Perham, our Senior Jockey Coach and Kevin Darley, Coaching Development Manager. Both are ex Jockeys with a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
🤞 All the riders pass and get themselves booked on the next Licence Course on 25th February – 8th March

We were delighted to welcome Andrew Ducille and his colleague Callum to the this morning.
Andrew is Senior Social Inclusion Officer for the Chelsea Football Club Foundation. We’ll be working closer with them in the future so watch this space… 2nd 📸 is Callum being put through his paces on the simulator, he’s never sat on a horse before

2nd lot this morning on a dark day

What do you mean you haven’t booked on?? Still places available on this FREE TRAINING WITH YOGI BREISNER

Awaiting instructions

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