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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 8th June, 2021

Entries open for The Jockey Club RoR National Championships

The Jockey Club announced as new three-year sponsor of Aintree event The championships are back after being cancelled in...

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Published 24th May, 2021

Hawkhurst wins pointing series final

The RoR and Jockey Club sponsored series concluded at Garthorpe This point-to-point season has once again seen Retraini...

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Published 29th April, 2021

IFAR’s Virtual Conference reaches far and wide

The International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses (IFAR) held its fifth conference, as a series of four virtual se...

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Published 29th March, 2021

RoR Showing Webinar

Registration is now open for the RoR showing webinar which takes place this Wednesday the 31st at 7pm. This webinar will...

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 7th May, 2021

Indie My Horse of a Lifetime

Written by Emma Morrison I purchased Shoreline, now known as Indie, last year with the intention that she would be my fo...

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Published 10th February, 2021

HEROS Success Story - Tamiami Trail

Tamiami Trail is a wonderful example of the versatility of the Thoroughbred. He came to HEROS as a 7 year old in 2005 h...

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Published 9th February, 2021

HEROS Success Story - Catkin Copse

Catkin Copse came to HEROS as a 10 year old having run from the age of 6 in National Hunt Bumpers and Novice Hurdle race...

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Published 5th February, 2021

Ansells Pride's Story

Ansells Pride now known as Pride, was purchased by Mr Brian Ansell at Tattersalls yearling sales for 26,000 Guineas, whi...

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Royal Ascot winner, ambassador for ex-racehorses, and "mud monster" 😈 See where King's Stand Stakes winner Goldream is now, with the full story available in Saturday's Ascot Insider: https://t.co/lfwe8HL7ZF @RoRlatest https://t.co/xS4xmUb2oM
@RoRlatest 19th June, 2021