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ARC are partnered with and are members of several organisations aiming to drive innovation, deliver best practice and improve standards across the racing industry.

At The Races

Through our media partner, At The Races, ARC is able to broadcast our racing through the Sky platform to c. 14 million homes around Britain.  As of 1 January 2019, At The Races will broadcast live racing in full HD from all ARC racecourses as Sky Sports Racing.

Jockeys lined up at the starting line, with At The Races logo on the image.

Rewards4Racing

The 1.2 million members of the Rewards4Racing scheme have been able to collect and redeem points at ARC racecourses since 2017. Last year over 170,000 tickets were purchased by Rewards4Racing members generating over £6 million worth of ticket sales for the programme’s racecourse partners.

The Racing Partnership

The Racing Partnership is the exclusive betting shop channel through which all of ARC’s racing content is delivered to bookmakers. In addition to racing from ARC, the channel also broadcasts live racing from seven partner racecourses, along with action from South Africa and America. TRP is also the home of Bookmakers Afternoon Greyhound Service racing. 

Group of jockeys racing with The Racing Partnership logo on top.
Jockeys racing, with European Breeders Fund logo on top of the image.

European Breeders Fund

ARC enjoys a formal relationship with the British arm of the European Breeders’ Fund (“EBF”), who currently invest over £1.7 million annually to British racing.  The EBF support a wide variety of races on ARC racecourses, and have recently introduced a number of new races and prize money increases.

EBF Developments Include:

  • A new two year old only £15,000 Class 3 contest over 6 furlongs at Great Yarmouth in May
  • The introduction of a British EBF supported sire-dam restricted £10,000 Class 4 race for two-year olds at Newcastle on 30 November 2018;
  • The prize fund for the Listed British Stallion Studs EBF John Musker Stakes, run on the middle day of Great Yarmouth’s Eastern Festival in September, increasing to £50,000 through mutual match funding;
  • British EBF support for the August Stakes at Royal Windsor; an 11 furlong Listed contest for horses aged three-years and over; the total prize money for this race has been increased to £40,000 in 2018 as a result of EBF investment;
  • British EBF investment in a two-year old future stayers’ race on the third day of the William Hill St Leger Festival at Doncaster. This will be run as a Class 3 maiden over a mile with a Total Prize Fund of £15,000 in its first year
  • Continued support from the British EBF for fillies and mares’ races through the winter months as part of the All-Weather Championships.

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