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About us Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British Horseracing's official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is impacting on all of us in so many ways and we understand the seriousness of the challenges faced by you, our members, at this time whether your livelihood is derived from the equine world or the current government guidelines are impacting on your enjoyment of your horses.

In these unprecedented times, as always, we are here to help should you need any advice or support regarding your former racehorse. If you want to get in touch, please email asktheexperts@ror.org.uk

Latest news Keep up to date with RoR news and upcoming events here

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Published 27th March, 2020

RoR update regarding coronavirus pandemic

These are extraordinary times we find ourselves in. The coronavirus pandemic is impacting on all of us in so many ways a...

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Published 4th March, 2020

Right on Cue… Coneygree and Cue Card meet again in RoR Parade at The Festival presented by Magners

12 horse line-up features nine Grade 1 winners and seven Festival winners Including the former Gold Cup winner Coneygre...

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Published 13th February, 2020

RoR welcomes improved traceability for retired racehorses

New simplified online process for retiring racehorses open to both trainers and owners System will require and record d...

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Published 6th February, 2020

Coneygree and The New One among six former racehorses parading at Warwick

RoR Awareness Day part of the educational activities on Agetur Kingmaker Chase Day Six former stars on the track will b...

Success stories RoR is always interested to hear of other success stories so please email us and send a photograph of your own story.

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Published 12th December, 2019

Big Easy proves that dressage is just that............Easy!!!

After losing my horse I was on the lookout for another and I mentioned to a friend of mine who works for Ian Williams, t...

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Published 6th November, 2019

Stuff of Dreams - Ingleby Hill & Shelley Heywood

My name is Shelley Heywood and I’m now 48 years old! I started riding aged eight (in those days insurance at riding scho...

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Published 8th October, 2019

Sweet Deal proves to be just that!

(Written by Hannah Mustow) Sweet Deal, joined us in April 2015 after a career on both the flat and over hurdles. He race...

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Published 5th June, 2019

Amroth Bay - a (nearly) perfect match from the start

(Written by Sophie Brown) As someone straight out of racing school and starting their first job in racing, my nerves on ...

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@RoRlatest 30th March, 2020