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  • Title: Racehorse Owners Association
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to the content.. Skip to the menu.. Skip to the search.. WebConnect.. Email Us.. |.. Share This.. WHAT WE DO.. With more than 7,000 members, the Racehorse Owners Association promotes and protects the interests of racehorse owners in Great Britain.. Read more.. Benefits of membership.. Free racecourse admission.. 20% discount on most BHA registration fees.. Automatic Third Party Liability Insurance cover.. Sponsorship for racing activities.. And many more.. or.. Renew ROA membership.. PRESIDENT'S BLOG.. Gradual decline in profile is a big worry.. McCoy's magic is worth so much, but racing's drop in public awareness is a concern.. Chief Executive's Blog.. Prize-money developments are welcome.. The collaborative approach is helping to boost the finances of British racing.. ROA Car Park Labels.. 2014 ROA Car Park Labels are being sent to all members automatically, so no need to apply for yours this year!.. ROA Horseracing Awards.. Click here.. to view the photos from the event.. news.. Riding fee rise for 2014 agreed.. The ROA and the  ...   of record prize-money of £42.. 8 million in 2014.. Other news >>.. Our news is in conjunction with the.. Sign up to the ROA's e-bulletins.. Gold Standard for racecourses.. The ROA Gold Standard Award for racecourses was established in 2006 to recognise excellence in the raceday experience for owners, their horses and stable staff.. Members Weekly News Digest.. Record prize-money in 2014.. Jockey Club raises prize fund.. Riding fees increase.. Great Leighs taken over.. More focus on doping.. Betfred contribution to racing.. Irish prize-money rises.. Log in to read more.. Upcoming Events.. BHA Owners' Seminar.. ROA Member visit to Bankhouse Stables.. Other Upcoming Events.. Main Menu.. Home.. About Us.. News.. Membership.. Resources.. Events.. Gold Standard.. Shop.. Sitemap.. Search Form.. Search.. Member Login.. Join the ROA.. Copyright 2013 Racehorse Owners Association.. Terms & Conditions.. Disclaimer.. Privacy Policy.. Cookies.. Contact Us.. Racehorse Owners Association.. 1st floor, 75 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6LS.. Telephone: 020 7152 0200.. Email:.. info@roa.. co.. uk.. Web Design by.. Pixl8.. -.. Content Management by WebConnect..

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  • Title: About the ROA
    Descriptive info: You are:.. Home.. About Us.. About the ROA.. With more than 7,100 members, the Racehorse Owners Association promotes and protects the interests of racehorse owners in Great Britain.. Interested persons are invited to read.. Jackson Parker s 'A Brief History of the ROA.. ' for further information about the background of the Association.. The ROA plays a central role in British racing politics and finance and is a founder member of the Horsemen s Group, an organisation which represents owners, trainers, jockeys, breeders and stable staff.. The ROA was instrumental in launching the Horsemen s Tariff Scheme to recommend minimum prize-money levels.. The ROA is also represented on a number of other..  ...   Council members.. are elected through an annual ballot amongst all members of the ROA.. The ROA is funded almost entirely from membership income.. Members pay 230 (including VAT) annually and for this they receive a host of wide-ranging and valuable.. membership benefits.. , whilst supporting the ROA and the.. aims of the Association.. The ROA is run by a.. team of six.. , headed up by the Chief Executive, Richard Wayman.. The organisation now shares offices in High Holborn with the governing authority of racing, the.. British Horseracing Authority.. Sub Menu.. ROA Aims.. A Brief History of the ROA.. The ROA Council.. ROA representation on Racing Bodies and Committees.. The ROA Team.. Careers..

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  • Title: Benefits of Membership
    Descriptive info: Membership.. Benefits of Membership.. Benefits of Membership.. Protection against claims of up to £10million if your horse causes injury or damage to a third party or their property.. Sponsorship for your racing activities.. SIS sponsor ROA members' horses so that VAT can be reclaimed on training expenses.. Free admission to over 1,300 fixtures per year.. 20% Discount on most BHA registration fees.. Saving each member an average of £60 per year.. Bonus Prizes.. Win additional prize-money in certain races throughout the year.. Free parking at racecourses.. Private hospitality & events.. Members can purchase tickets for exclusive ROA hospitality facilities and Events.. Free subscription to Thoroughbred Owner & Breeder magazine.. Refunded membership  ...   able to provide members with the specially tailored Racehorse Owners' Compensation Scheme.. Compensation for abandoned race meetings.. Weatherbys Hamilton LLP will provide members with compensation if a race meeting is abandoned after the first race has taken place.. Discounts and offers on racing products and services.. Including on products and services offered by Race Horse Trader, Racing Post Photos, Rewards4Racing and RaceTech.. Third Party Liability Insurance.. SIS Owner-Sponsorship Scheme.. Free Racecourse Admission.. 20% discount on most BHA registration fees.. Owners' car park label.. Private Hospitality Facilities Events.. Thoroughbred Owner Breeder.. ROA/Weatherbys Hamilton Household Insurance Scheme.. Racehorse Owners Compensation Scheme (ROCS).. Raceday Curtailment Scheme.. Discounts and offers.. Renew.. FAQs.. Members' area.. Register..

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  • Title: Free Racecourse Admission
    Descriptive info: Free Racecourse Admission.. Members of the ROA may be able to obtain.. FREE racecourse admission*.. through the following schemes and offers:.. Racecourse Badge Scheme for Owners.. Scottish Racing Admission Scheme.. Free admission to almost every Scottish fixture.. Free racing at Newbury.. Free entry to almost every fixture at The Racecourse Newbury during 2013.. *Members must meet certain criteria in order to qualify for free racecourse admission, see above pages for further details.. Free admission at The Racecourse Newbury.. Horseracing Privilege Card..

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  • Title: 20% discount on most BHA registration fees
    Descriptive info: ROA members receive a 20 per cent discount on many BHA registration fees including:.. Registration Item.. Saving.. Registration as an Owner.. 17.. 82.. Registration of a Racing Partnership.. 67.. 36.. Registration and Re-registration of Authority to Act.. 11.. 52.. Registration and Re-registration of Colours.. 9.. 72.. Registration of Horse Name.. 18.. 58.. Reservation of Horse Name.. 6.. 42.. Passport Endorsement.. 8.. 64.. and many other registration charges.. To  ...   as their Registered Owner name) at the time the registration fees apply discounts cannot be applied retrospectively.. Racing Partnerships receive the full discounts provided that 51 per cent or more of the nominated partners are members of the ROA.. Table showing details of discounts available to ROA members.. Click here for other discounts on racing products and services that are applicable to ROA members.. Table of BHA discounts..

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  • Title: Third Party Liability Insurance
    Descriptive info: Third Party Liability Insurance.. All ROA members receive automatic third party liability insurance cover (up to a limit of liability of 10 million) against potential damages if a racehorse they own causes damage or injury to a third party.. The ROA introduced this scheme as owners are currently vulnerable to claims even when their horse is in someone else s possession.. Recent tragic accidents have left many owners concerned about the risks of a claim potentially running into millions of pounds being brought against them by a third party for which they have inadequate protection.. The law may define a racehorse s owner as any individual who has a financial interest in that  ...   temporarily out of training.. Terms and conditions apply.. Visit the ROA members' Third Party Liability Insurance scheme page for full policy details.. Please click here to view Frequently Asked Questions about the Scheme.. Information for Permit Holders.. Please note that the ROA members' Third Party Liability Insurance Scheme does.. not.. provide primary cover, the type of which is required by both permit holders and licensed trainers.. Weatherbys Hamilton are offering Permit Trainers who are ROA members a.. discount of 20%.. on a primary policy.. To get a quotation please contact Weatherbys Hamilton on 01933 440077 (Wellingborough), 01638 563444 (Newmarket) or 01793 847333 (Swindon) and state that you are an ROA member.. Full policy details..

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  • Title: SIS Owner-Sponsorship
    Descriptive info: SIS Owner-Sponsorship Scheme.. SIS Owner-Sponsorship.. ROA sponsorship changed to SIS from 1st September 2012.. To apply for the new SIS logos then please click here.. Should I be sponsored?.. Owners who secure sponsorship for their racing activities can register for VAT.. Owners can reclaim VAT on the purchase price of their horse (if applicable) and this can be claimed up to four years after the purchase of the horse if owned 100%.. Owners can also reclaim VAT on their racing expenses including training fees, transport costs, veterinary fees and jockeys fees backdated up to six months.. This can represent an annual recovery of over 4,000!.. If you are not already registered for VAT, just think of the savings that could be made!.. For more help and advice on registering for VAT, please contact the BHA VAT Helpdesk on 01933 440077 or visit.. www.. weatherbys.. uk/racing-division/registrations/vat-scheme.. Does the ROA provide sponsorship?.. YES!.. The ROA runs the Satellite Information Services (SIS) Owner-Sponsorship Scheme.. This will provide sponsorship for horses in training which are wholly owned by ROA members.. In the case of a Racing Partnership, all Nominated Partners need to be ROA members in order for the horse to be eligible for the scheme.. Where the horse is owned in a Joint Ownership, all owners need to be ROA Members.. A sponsorship payment of 10 per horse is made to the Owner upon joining, with an additional 90 paid to the Owner at the end of the scheme provided the horse has run in Britain.. Sponsored horses will need to carry a SIS logo on the chest and collar of the owners colours.. There are no provisions for branding on attendants clothing or horse rugs.. Pictured right: Amateur Jockey, Chris Martin.. 2013 SIS Owner-Sponsorship Agreement Form:.. If you would like to participate in the next scheme,  ...   take into account any VAT element on a horse s purchase price, which can also be recovered.. VAT is recoverable on costs that are invoiced to the VAT registered entity for relevant supplies, and should normally be fully recoverable on the following:.. Racehorse purchase.. Training fees.. Gallop fees.. Veterinary fees.. Farrier costs.. Transport of the horse.. Jockeys riding fees and retainers.. Entry fees (BHA administration element only).. Livery yard fees and keep costs while a horse is at an owner s premises may also be recoverable for the period immediately prior to a horse going into training and during temporary absence from the trainer s premises.. Owners are reminded that there are a number of peripheral heads of expenditure where VAT may be recoverable.. These are listed in A Guide to the VAT Scheme (available online at.. britishhorseracing.. com.. ) and include:.. Travel costs of the owner when their horse is declared to run, and when visiting the horse at its trainer s stable, and when travelling to buy or sell horses.. Reasonable costs of refreshments and meals (not including entertainment of others) associated to visits.. Entry costs where an owner doesn t receive free admission, e.. g.. in the case of an extended racing partnership.. A 10% allowable apportionment of an owner s telephone and/or mobile phone bill.. Where applicable, installation, rental or purchase may also be included.. Charges from professional advisers, e.. bloodstock agents and accountants.. It should be noted that all reclaims for refund of VAT should be supported by a proper VAT invoice.. Weatherbys Bank offer VAT services for racehorse owners.. To find out more please.. click here.. Terms and Conditions.. Download the BHA's Owner-Sponsorship Code of Conduct.. SIS Owner-Sponsorship Scheme Online Application Form.. SIS Online Logo Application Form.. Terms and conditions.. SIS Owner-Sponsorship online application.. SIS sponsorship logo application..

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  • Title: Join the ROA
    Descriptive info: Join the ROA.. An ROA Annual subscription costs.. 230 per year.. Join Online.. Complete our online application form and become a member of the ROA straight away.. Join by post.. If you prefer to fill in an application form in writing, please.. download the joining form.. , complete your details and send it with a cheque for 230 to:.. Racehorse Owners Association 1st Floor, 75 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6LS.. Cheques.. should be made payable to:.. Join by telephone.. The ROA office is open Monday to Friday from 9.. 00am until 5.. 30pm.. You can renew by calling  ...   ROA Subscription by Direct Debit or Standing Order and receive an ROA Merchandise item FREE.. Refunds Policy.. You have the right to cancel your order within seven days of submitting this form.. If you wish to cancel your order, your payment will be returned.. Please telephone +44 (0)20 7152 0200 and speak to one of our representatives who will organise the cancellation of your order.. Racehorse Owners Association, 1st Floor, 75 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6LS.. Tel: +44 (0)20 7152 0200.. Fax: +44 (0)20 7152 0213.. WHY JOIN THE ROA?.. Membership Benefits.. include:.. ROA Owner-Sponsorship.. Thoroughbred Owner Breeder magazine..

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  • Title: Renew
    Descriptive info: Renew.. ROA membership costs 220 per year.. Click here to view the benefits of membership.. ROA members who are not logged in can renew online here.. To save time you can.. login to the Members' Area.. where the information in the below form will be filled out for you.. Payments can also be taken over the phone on 020 7152 0200, Monday to Friday, from 9.. 00am - 5.. Alternatively members may renew their subscription by bank transfer, the details are as follows:.. Weatherbys Bank.. Account number:.. 00596629.. Sort code:.. 60-93-03.. Please state your name and membership number as a reference.. Click here to find out how your membership fee could be refunded through the Household Insurance Scheme.. Member Details.. Please enter your details.. Member Registered Renewal.. Title.. *.. Mr.. Mrs.. Miss.. Other.. First name.. Surname.. Address 1.. Address 2.. Address 3.. Address 4.. Address 5.. Town / City.. County.. Country.. AFGHANISTAN.. ALBANIA.. ALGERIA.. AMERICAN SAMOA.. ANDORRA.. ANGOLA.. ANGUILLA.. ANTARCTICA.. ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA.. ARGENTINA.. ARMENIA.. ARUBA.. AUSTRALIA.. AUSTRIA.. AZERBAIJAN.. BAHAMAS.. BAHRAIN.. BANGLADESH.. BARBADOS.. BELARUS.. BELGIUM.. BELIZE.. BENIN.. BERMUDA.. BHUTAN.. BOLIVIA, PLURINATIONAL STATE OF.. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.. BOTSWANA.. BOUVET ISLAND.. BRAZIL.. BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY.. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM.. BULGARIA.. BURKINA FASO.. BURUNDI.. CAMBODIA.. CAMEROON.. CANADA.. CAPE VERDE.. CAYMAN ISLANDS.. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC.. CHAD.. CHILE.. CHINA.. CHRISTMAS ISLAND.. COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS.. COLOMBIA.. COMOROS.. CONGO.. CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE.. COOK ISLANDS.. COSTA RICA.. CÔTE D'IVOIRE.. CROATIA.. CUBA.. CYPRUS.. CZECH REPUBLIC.. DENMARK.. DJIBOUTI.. DOMINICA.. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.. ECUADOR.. EGYPT.. EL SALVADOR.. EQUATORIAL GUINEA.. ERITREA.. ESTONIA.. ETHIOPIA.. FALKLAND ISLANDS (MALVINAS).. FAROE ISLANDS.. FIJI.. FINLAND.. FRANCE.. FRENCH GUIANA.. FRENCH POLYNESIA.. FRENCH SOUTHERN TERRITORIES.. GABON.. GAMBIA.. GEORGIA.. GERMANY.. GHANA..  ...   PERU.. PHILIPPINES.. PITCAIRN.. POLAND.. PORTUGAL.. PUERTO RICO.. QATAR.. RÉUNION.. ROMANIA.. RUSSIAN FEDERATION.. RWANDA.. SAINT BARTHÉLEMY.. SAINT HELENA, ASCENSION AND TRISTAN DA CUNHA.. SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS.. SAINT LUCIA.. SAINT MARTIN.. SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON.. SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES.. SAMOA.. SAN MARINO.. SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE.. SAUDI ARABIA.. SENEGAL.. SERBIA.. SEYCHELLES.. SIERRA LEONE.. SINGAPORE.. SLOVAKIA.. SLOVENIA.. SOLOMON ISLANDS.. SOMALIA.. SOUTH AFRICA.. SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS.. SPAIN.. SRI LANKA.. SUDAN.. SURINAME.. SVALBARD AND JAN MAYEN.. SWAZILAND.. SWEDEN.. SWITZERLAND.. SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC.. TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA.. TAJIKISTAN.. TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF.. THAILAND.. TIMOR-LESTE.. TOGO.. TOKELAU.. TONGA.. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.. TUNISIA.. TURKEY.. TURKMENISTAN.. TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS.. TUVALU.. UGANDA.. UKRAINE.. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.. UNITED KINGDOM.. UNITED STATES.. UNITED STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS.. URUGUAY.. UZBEKISTAN.. VANUATU.. VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF.. VIET NAM.. VIRGIN ISLANDS, BRITISH.. VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.. S.. WALLIS AND FUTUNA.. WESTERN SAHARA.. YEMEN.. ZAMBIA.. ZIMBABWE.. ÅLAND ISLANDS.. Postcode.. Telephone Number.. Date of Birth.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 7.. 10.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. Jan.. Feb.. Mar.. Apr.. May.. Jun.. Jul.. Aug.. Sep.. Oct.. Nov.. Dec.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000.. 1999.. 1998.. 1997.. 1996.. 1995.. 1994.. 1993.. 1992.. 1991.. 1990.. 1989.. 1988.. 1987.. 1986.. 1985.. 1984.. 1983.. 1982.. 1981.. 1980.. 1979.. 1978.. 1977.. 1976.. 1975.. 1974.. 1973.. 1972.. 1971.. 1970.. 1969.. 1968.. 1967.. 1966.. 1965.. 1964.. 1963.. 1962.. 1961.. 1960.. 1959.. 1958.. 1957.. 1956.. 1955.. 1954.. 1953.. 1952.. 1951.. 1950.. 1949.. 1948.. 1947.. 1946.. 1945.. 1944.. 1943.. 1942.. 1941.. 1940.. 1939.. 1938.. 1937.. 1936.. 1935.. 1934.. 1933.. 1932.. 1931.. 1930.. Email Address.. Membership Number.. Name on membership card..

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  • Title: McCoy magic worth so much to racing - News
    Descriptive info: News.. McCoy magic worth so much to racing.. Return to News Listings.. From the desk of the ROA President Rachel Hood.. When AP McCoy crossed the line on his 4,000th jumps winner we were reminded that any sport is driven by star performers and performances.. The value of McCoy s extraordinary achievement or, equally, of the magnificent Frankel s string of victories has incalculable worth in connecting racing to millions of people who, day-to-day, are unlikely to give our sport a second thought.. Events such as this also remind us that it is rare these days for our sport to appear on the main TV and radio news or in the main sections of newspapers and this despite the huge promotional efforts that are now made under the much improved administration of British horseracing.. Of course, nobody can expect racing to come close to matching the might of Premier League or Formula 1, but its gradual decline in the consciousness of the general public is a major concern.. Yes, we must be thankful for Channel 4 Racing, the two specialist TV channels and especially the Racing Post in playing such an important role in preserving and serving a hard core of racing enthusiasts, but we cannot escape the fact that, with each generation, that core has been diminishing in number.. This is not to denigrate the efforts being made to target a new, young audience or to ignore the drive shown by racecourses in maximising attendances, but our most important task is to mould racing in such a way that it will naturally attract a bigger fan base.. There is no mystery as  ...   all-weather championship more has to be done to reinvigorate racing during the Easter period and create a proper high-class festival at that time.. We also have to acknowledge that a bloated fixture list, that often lacks structure, has fuelled the ongoing decline in editorial space devoted to racing in national newspapers.. With most sports editors putting racing a long way down their list of priorities, we have, in recent years, seen a profusion of racecards absorbing the space once devoted to news and analysis about the major events either that, or racecards being left out entirely.. Is this one of the prices we must pay for allowing racecourses and bookmakers to dictate the size of the fixture l.. ist?.. In a utopian world where one horseracing authority holds the rights to betting, TV pictures and all fixtures, that authority could simply impose a policy that was best for the whole industry.. But we can only play with the cards we have been dealt and it is a matter of judgement whether racing s long term future is best served by snuggling up to the betting industry, especially when you consider how much levy bookmakers avoid paying by going offshore.. If all this seems a far cry from AP s glorious milestone, you should consider that every time racing connects with the general public, as it did for his 4,000th winner, there is the certainty that a few more racing fans will have been created.. It is why, be they human or equine, the great ones truly deserve our adulation.. 3 December 2013.. ROA E-Bulletins.. Our news is in conjunction with the.. Tweets by @RacehorseOwners..

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  • Title: Prize-money developments welcome - News
    Descriptive info: Prize-money developments welcome.. by Richard Wayman, ROA Chief Executive.. Although owning a racehorse can, just occasionally, create a moment that becomes a cherished, lifelong memory, it comes at considerable expense and the finances associated with ownership remains the single biggest threat to the future of our sport.. This isn t just a personal view but a message expressed by many of the 700 or so ROA members who completed the ownership questionnaire, the results of which will be included in next month s ROA Forum.. The most alarming statistic emanating from the wide-ranging questions we set members was that a quarter of those responding predicted that by 2016 they will either have reduced the number of horses they own or given up altogether, with almost 60% of that group singling out prize-money as the very worst aspect of racehorse ownership.. The latter won t surprise many and, as members would also expect, the improvement of prize-money has been the primary focus of the ROA and its partners in the Horsemen s Group throughout this year.. It is encouraging to report, therefore, that developments in recent weeks mean prize-money should break through the 120 million barrier in 2014.. The first of those developments was the introduction of prize-money agreements with racecourses who, until now, have had total discretion over their own contributions to prize-money.. After months of  ...   the additional agreement with Hills, Ladbrokes, Coral and Betfred.. The Levy Board has already confirmed its prize-money budget in 2014 will increase by 1.. 5m and although the use of the extra 4.. 5m contribution from the four big bookmakers remains under discussion, given that its aim is to deliver a more competitive British racing product and a growth in levy , it will obviously need to head in the direction of those that provide the horses.. The outcome of greater collaboration between parties should create an environment for further improvements beyond 2014.. Whether that involves horsemen and racecourses combining to maximise the returns from media rights, or racing and betting working together to reverse the decline in betting on horses, constructive relationships are more likely to deliver favourable outcomes.. It would be naïve, however, to predict that we will see the next step change in prize-money without more fundamental reform and the focus has to be on the 20m or so that is being lost each year as a result of bets being placed via offshore betting platforms.. The introduction of a mechanism that begins to capture a fair and reasonable share of those bets is essential if we are going to have any chance of persuading some of those owners who expect to reduce their ownership interests over the next three years to think again..

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