Great British Racing International is British horseracing’s dedicated service provider, committed to helping international parties to navigate the esteemed networks that make up this world-leading industry.
The organisation offers a concierge service that provides unparalleled knowledge and insights, opens doors and facilitates introductions, delivering fast track entry into the thrilling and rarefied world of British racing and breeding.
GBRI offers a 360-degree service from initial interest to point of investment, along with ongoing support and engagement.
International investors can feel secure that GBRI is an impartial, not-for-profit organisation, which is recognised by British racing’s industry bodies.
They can trust that the organisation will guide and arm them with the knowledge, introductions and experiences to support their passion investment.
As a not-for-profit subsidiary of the industry governing and regulatory body, the British Horseracing Authority, GBRI is funded by the industry, for the industry.
GBRI represents the collective interests of multiple stakeholders across British racing and bloodstock.
Tattersalls: Europe's Largest Bloodstock Auctioneers and the world's oldest, dating back to 1766. Based at Park Paddocks in Newmarket, Suffolk. View Website
Goffs UK: A leading thoroughbred auction house and the source of many Group/Grade 1 Flat & National Hunt horses each year, primarily from its award-winning Doncaster Sales Complex. View Website
Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (TBA): A registered charity that provides vital work to champion the future of the British thoroughbred and support members through a diverse range of benefits. View Website
National Trainers Federation (NTF): The trade association for British racehorse trainers. Providing representation, information, advice and services to its members. View Website
Racecourse Association (RCA): The association serving the interests of 59 member racecourses to empower them to be the best venues they can and a frontrunner in the governance of the sport. View Website
Racehorse Owners Association (ROA): The association promoting and protecting the interests of racehorse owners in Great Britain. As one of the British Horseracing Authority’s shareholders, it plays a central role in British racing politics and finance. View Website
Federation of Bloodstock Agents (FBA): The federation aiming to establish and maintain a high level of conduct and trading practice amongst its members, and to instil confidence in clients who wish to use a member of the Federation. View Website