Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.
This dedicated RoR Source A Horse website helps facilitate the rehoming of former racehorses by offering advertising to sell, buy or loan former racehorses either directly out of trainers yards or for those horses that have been out of training for a period of time. Whatever the level of retraining, this is the place to advertise or source a former racehorse.
Overall the charity:
- Raises funds from within the Racing Industry for the retraining and rehoming of former racehorses.
- Provides a safety net for vulnerable former racehorses.
- Promotes the adaptability and versatility of racehorses to other equestrian activities.
- Runs and funds a well established programme of competitions and educational events across the country.
- Provides information for owners and trainers in both the Racing and Equine Industries to assist with the rehoming and retraining of their former racehorses.
If you’ve taken the decision to retrain a former racehorse, then please register your horse with RoR and enjoy these benefits:
- Be part of a national network of well over 10,000 RoR registered horses and riders.
- Receive news and attend subsidised RoR events in your region organised by your RoR Regional Coordinator.
- Care and training support from the RoR Helpline.
- Compete and win prizes in the RoR Series of competitions for a one off fee of £10 per horse for life.
For more information, including about rehoming and sourcing a former racehorse and to register please visit the RoR website ror.org.uk . Any former racehorse can be registered whether they have raced or not.