Britain's Racegoers Club was established in 1968 and is currently being managed by the Racecourse Association - a trade organization that represents racecourses in Britain. There is no doubt that the Racegoers Club has played an important role in the promotion of horse racing in Britain since its inception.
The purpose of the Racegoers Club is to encourage the public to take an interest in horse racing. It does this by creating an enjoyable experience for people, getting them more involved in this Sport of Kings. The Club also has a fantastic position as a representative of racegoers on the British Horseracing Board's Industry Committee. The Racegoers Club has developed close associations with a number of British racecourses all for the benefit of horse racing fans. Special concessions are offered on particular fixtures with great discounts. Members of the Club also have the opportunity to subscribe to extra offers and events.
Another fantastic feature of the Racegoers Club are visits to some of the top training stables in Britain. Trips have taken racing enthusiasts to see John Dunlop, Philip Hobbs, David Loder, David Elsworth and Robert Alner. Owners Groups have been formed by the Club and operate year-round. The Racegoers Club has a private marquee located at the Cheltenham National Hunt Festival. This marquee has enough space for 450 members each day of the festival. Such facilities are also enjoyed by members at the Vodafone Oaks Day (Epsom) and Stewards Cup Day (Goodwood). In addition, members of the Club receive 4 newsletters per annum. These contain up-to-date information on special offers, industry news, competitions, the latest goings on, club merchandise and more.
There are countless benefits to becoming a member of the Racegoers Club. From special deals to fascinating outings, horse racing fans are certain to want to join this premium club.