British Horseracing Authority
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) is responsible for the governance, administration and regulation of horse racing and the wider horse racing industry in Britain. The BHA leads on the development and growth of racing and prioritises the health and welfare of the sport’s participants.
British horse racing is the UK's second largest spectator sport, after football. There are 59 racecourses in Great Britain and racing takes place all year round, as a result of this over 85,000 people are either in direct, indirect or associated employment of British Racing. The Careers in Racing team implement recruitment, training, education and community initiatives for the horse racing industry.
There are so many different types of jobs in the industry for bright members from marketing and journalism to sales and administration - you’ll be able to find fulfilling roles which suit your skills set. Find out more by clicking on the Development Programme below.