RoR Registration

If you have a former Racehorse please register with RoR, whether you compete with your horse or just hack out, or even simply have as a companion.

RoR would like to know where as many former racehorses are as possible. Many organisations and RoR need these statistics to prove that former racehorses have a life after racing and to help raise funds. RoR can also consider suitable future initiatives based on this information.

Your help with this is much appreciated, and registering with RoR permits you to take part in the many RoR regional educational events and competitions. There are certain criteria for some competitions so please refer to the relevant competition pages for each discipline for more information on rules and eligibility.

If you are purchasing a retrained racehorse that you believe is already registered with RoR please email all details to registrations@ror.org.uk to inform us of your new ownership.

Free Registration

It is free to register your former racehorse with RoR and enjoy access to clinics and camps. Simply click on Register Your Horse and complete the details required. Any former racehorse can be registered whether they have raced or not raced. ( If unraced, they must have been in training )

RoR Competition Registration – £10 per horse

If you wish to enter any of RoR competition you will need to pay an annual RoR Registration Fee of £10 per horse, once paid this enables that horse to enter any of the RoR competitions.  This registration will need to be renewed annually.

To be eligible for RoR competition level your former-racehorse must have a Weatherbys registered name. This can be done by completing the BHA NC2 Registration of Name of Horse form.
Please write ‘BHA Non racing/Non breeding Name’ at the top of this form and will cost £51. If you have any further queries please ring the RoR office on 01488 648998.

The registration fee helps pay for the administration costs and is treated as a kind donation to RoR to help with the funding of the charity’s competitions, educational events and the care of vulnerable former racehorses.  Thank you.

News Registration

If you do not yet own a former racehorse but are interested and would like to be kept up-to-date with any email news then just register for RoR news for free.

After Registration

Once registered, RoR will validate your horse’s registration and email you a registration number per horse which remains the same for life.

You will also be able to log back into your RoR account to amend most details if required and to check your horse’s registration number if mislaid.  If you are changing your address then please email registrations@ror.org.uk with your new details.

FAQs

My horse has not raced; can I still take part in RoR competitions and educational events?

Unraced horses can take part in the RoR Amateur and Open Showing Series, the Regional League competitions and all unaffiliated competitions as well as educational events.
We also have Grassroots Affiliated Competitions in all disciplines, open to unraced horses.

When do I need to renew my membership?

Registrations will be annual and will be renewable a year from your initial registration date.

If my horse was registered on the old registration system, do I need to re-register it on the new system?

Yes you do. Our aim is to have up to date details of every horse and member on the system, so we are asking that all current members re-register their horses.

What do I do if my horse does not have a chip number?

If your horse does not have a chip number please call us or email us.
Tel: 01488 648998
Email: registrations@ror.org.uk

Why does my horse have to be approved?

We need to check your horse’s racing history, to see what it will be eligible for. Once we have checked this, your horse will be approved, and you will receive an RoR registration number.

I have lost my horse’s passport, how do I register with RoR?

If you have lost your horse’s passport, please make direct contact with Weatherbys on 01933 440077

Can I upgrade my membership to competition at any time?

Yes, you can upgrade and pay the £10 surcharge at any point throughout the year.