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Membership Services

We are happy to provide membership and related services for racing organisations.

Racehorse Owners Association (ROA)
Every new owner is given the opportunity to join the ROA; they are sent application forms along with the ownership registration forms. We follow this up with a courtesy call when they become a registered owner, and are happy to outline the many benefits which membership brings.

With currently over 7,000 members, it is Weatherbys who have been entrusted with the job of maintaining the ROA’s membership database and with writing and testing any related software. We complete the whole process: enrolling new members, dealing with payment issues and answering queries regarding the benefits to which they are entitled, such as sponsorship, free entry to the racecourses and discounted BHA registration fees.

For more information please click here or contact the ROA Membership Desk.

Tel: 01933 440077
Email: roa@weatherbys.co.uk

Amateur Jockeys Association (AJA)
Many professional jockeys start out in the amateur ranks, learning their trade and gaining experience.

For the majority of races confined to Amateurs, riders are required to be members of the AJA. Weatherbys are responsible for registering all such memberships on behalf of the AJA.

For those members not eligible for RIABS, membership includes worldwide insurance against temporary injury incurred whilst riding out or handling a racehorse or Point-to-Pointer.

For more information please click here, or contact the AJA Membership Desk.

Tel: 01933 440077
Email: aja@weatherbys.co.uk

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