Keeneland is unique to the Thoroughbred industry. Only at Keeneland are world-class racing and industry-leading sales united under one mission-driven entity.
Today, Keeneland continues to be guided by its original mission, taking a leadership role in the industry to improve safety, promote integrity and strengthen the sport of racing.
Keeneland is the world's largest and most prominent Thoroughbred auction house and hosts world-class racing twice annually during its boutique Spring and Fall meetings.
Owners, trainers, riders and fans from all over the world travel to Lexington each year to participate at Keeneland.
Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre
Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre is a registered charity and our mission is to re-school and rehabilitate former racehorses that have been gifted to us so that they can have a real chance at a second career.
Do you need help with schooling your ex-racehorse short-term or with veterinary advice regarding ex-racehorses?
We can provide help and assistance with this - please call Mary for a chat about your requirements on 07929 666408.
National Equine Welfare Council
National Equine Welfare Council (CIC)
We work to protect horses, ponies, donkeys and mules, by providing support, guidance and a communication forum to equine organisations, businesses and charities to help raise equine welfare standards nationwide.
Plus 10 is an industry-funded bonus scheme for British and Irish Flat thoroughbred owners and breeders.
Qualified two and three-year-old horses can win a £10,000 (12,500) bonus on top of race prize money in races which carry a Plus 10 bonus.
The bonuses are applied to around 750 races across Britain and Ireland each year.
The scheme has a three-stage registration process and, in order to be eligible to enter Plus 10, the horse must be the progeny of either a British or Irish domiciled mare or stallion.
For further information, visit www.plus10bonus.com, or contact Lowri Allen via +44 (0) 20 7152 0026.
Point To Point Authority
The Point-to-Point Authority is the body responsible for the administration, promotion and development (governance and strategy) of Point-to-Point racing.
It is comprised of seven directors - one each from The Jockey Club, the Point-to-Point Owners and Riders Association (PPORA), the Point-to-Point Secretaries Association (PPSA), the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA) and three independent members.
Functioning under delegated authority from the BHA, the PPA evolved from the Point-to-Point Board in order to ensure the sport's destiny was in the hands of its constituents with the resources to run its own affairs in an open and transparent way.
Working closely with the member organisations plus the BHA and HBLB, the PPA ensures its funding streams are fair and proportionate and that its services are provided in the most cost-effective way.
The PPA is run from offices near Swindon, providing a range of administrative services to Jockeys, Owners and Point-to-Point fixture Secretaries.