TOP CLASS LINE UP FOR THE RACING INDUSTRY COURSE 2016
8th Jan 2016 | News
This British Horseracing Authority course, sponsored by Lycetts, covers the key aspects of the racing industry and seeks to attract UK and International delegates from middle management upwards. Those new to the industry or who are looking to broaden their knowledge and understanding of racing, in Britain and abroad, are also welcome.
The course to be held from 1st to 5th February 2016 will include visits to the Darley operation, Tattersalls, Newmarket Racecourse and William Haggas’ training yard. It will also feature seminars, interactive sessions hosted by influential figures from the racing world. It will cover a wide range of topics from breeding, training and welfare through to the complexities of the funding of racing, racing’s relationship with the media and integrity in the sport.
Confirmed speakers so far include:
Nick Rust Chief Executive, British Horeseracing Authority
Ian Balding Former Trainer to Her Majesty The Queen
John Hales Owner of One Man & Neptune Collonges
Nick Luck Journalist & Television Presenter
James Oldring, Great British Racing International
Simon Clare, Director of Communications, Coral
Alan Delmonte Chief Executive, Horseracing Betting Levy Board
William Haggas, Classic Winning Trainer
Paul Fisher Group Managing Director, Jockey Club Racecourses
Dale Gibson External Director, Professional Jockeys’ Association
Gill Greeves Learning and Development Partner, British Horseracing Authority
Dawn Laidlaw Nominations Manager, Darley
Ross Hamilton External Affairs Officer, British Horseracing Authority
Nick Luck Journalist, Television Presenter
Adrian McGlynn Company Secretary, Weatherbys
Rod Street Chief Executive, Great British Racing and British Champion Series.
Caroline Turnbull Education and Employment Manager, Thoroughbred Breeders
Roger Varian Classic Winning Trainer
Alex Eade General Manager, Goodwood Racecourse
Duncan Gregory, Operations Director at the British Racing School said, ‘Each year TRIC goes from strength to strength and is now an eagerly anticipated annual fixture. We are fortunate that so many influential speakers address the course and provoke discussion on the key issues facing racing today. Spaces are limited and increasingly the course is oversubscribed, so if you are interested in the 2016 course don’t delay’.
The five day course is £1300 which includes accommodation, all meals and excursions included. For more information or to reserve a place please contact Jennie Durrans at the British Racing School on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01638 669039. Further details of the course are available on our website