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The British Racing School was established in 1983. The principal objective of the school is to provide and promote training and education for people employed in the racing industry. We pride ourselves on doing this to a high standard.
For further information about the school and its history click here or follow the 'About Us' link above.
Today's news about BRS Graduates:
Plenty of winners for our graduates on Tuesday:
At Chepstow, Luke Morris, Chris Catlin, Mark Coumbe and Amy Scott all had a winner.
The jumps meeting at Southwell provided winners for David England and Aidan Coleman.
Academy graduate Yasmin’s a real winner
21 May 2013
Yasmin Davies, who last year became the first ever graduate of the British Racing School’s Pony Racing Academy, rode her first winner on only her second race ride, when guiding Rosies Reflection to victory at Garthorpe on 12 May.Read full article >>
15 May 2013
International Training Steps up a GearRead full article >>
10 May 2013
Three new faces join the BRS teamRead full article >>
2 May 2013
Marcus Tregoning is our Trainer of the QuarterRead full article >>
1 May 2013
Fred Packard Scholarship winner Shannon Gates is off to South AfricaRead full article >>
The British Racing School is a registered charity under the name of The Apprentice School Charitable Trust (charity number 280977). The Apprentice School Charitable Trust has a subsidiary company, BRS Training Limited, a company registered in England and Wales (company number 03501079). Registered office The British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7NU.