The Jockey Club

Global healthcare company Randox will title sponsor the Grand National steeplechase and the three-day Grand National Festival staged at Aintree Racecourse for another five years

The Jockey Club has announced that Nevin Truesdale will take over as the organisation’s next permanent chief executive from the start of 2021.

The Jockey Club, horse racing’s largest commercial group in the UK, has been awarded a five-year contract to organise the Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, one of the leading fixtures on the e…

Delia Bushell has stepped down as chief executive of The Jockey Club amid a string of allegations relating to the bullying of staff and the use of racist language were upheld by an independent inquiry

Global Venue Services (GVS), the new advisory and investment company founded by former Jockey Club chairman Simon Bazalgette and its former chief executive Paul Fisher, has launched its first operating…

Banking and wealth management brand Investec has bowed out of its title deal with The Epsom Derby horse racing classic and the two-day Derby Festival with six years still to go on the contract

Former Jockey Club chairman Simon Bazalgette and its former chief executive Paul Fisher have launched a new advisory, investment and services business for the sports, leisure, media and entertainment sectors

The Derby is set to go ahead as planned at Epsom Downs Racecourse this summer following approval from the local authorities to stage the horse-racing event without fans

The Jockey Club has announced that the 2020 Grand National Festival has been cancelled, with the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) also suspending all horse racing from tomorrow (Wednesday) onwards

Former Jockey Club chairman Simon Bazalgette describes how the Covid-19 pandemic has forced him to adapt plans for a new consultancy business and how there will be an even greater need for right-holders to control operational costs when sport resumes. Ben Cronin reports.

One of the most tradition-bound of US sports is facing unprecedented change in the wake of outdated facilities, emerging technology, and the accelerated need to find new and younger fans.

Drop in advertising against football unlikely to impact media-rights income Value of shirt and LED inventory could increase Exemption likely to drive horse racing media-rights revenue

Sports teams and rights-holders are today presented with a panoply of funding mechanisms to help raise money: issuing of mini-bonds, shares and other crowdfunding initiatives; financing against commercial rights; and insurance-backed loans are all competing against the high-street banks.

Online gambling company BetVictor has renewed its sponsorship of The Gold Cup at Cheltenham Racecourse’s November meeting until 2021.

The Jockey Club has announced former BT Sport and Sky executive Delia Bushell as its new group chief executive

Horse racing is likely to see a drop in its media revenues after William Hill announced plans to close around 700 betting shops in the UK before the end of the year

Simon Bazalgette has announced his resignation as group chief executive of the Jockey Club after serving more than a decade as the first-ever occupier of this position at the largest commercial group in…

The Jockey Club, the largest commercial group in British horseracing, has reported a 10th consecutive year of commercial growth but has warned of the impact of the government’s crackdown on the betting i…

The Jockey Club is set to freeze prize money contributions at racetracks over fears of betting shop closures

Cheltenham Racecourse has won a ground-breaking High Court battle that will see ticket touts banned from the track, in a move that will have significant implications for the illegal ticketing market across…

Paul Fisher has been promoted to chief executive of Jockey Club Racecourses, the operating group of 15 racecourses in the UK.

British horseracing commercial group The Jockey Club has today (Tuesday) said that it could sell off its Kempton Park racecourse in order to help raise £500m (€574.2m/$608.6m) for reinvestment into the sport.

British horseracing commercial group the Jockey Club has announced record levels of business growth and a sixth consecutive increase in turnover in its results for the 2014 financial year.

The Jockey Club today (Wednesday) unveiled its Racing Explained programme, which aims to educate the average race-goer about the sport, in hope to increase race-day income.

British horse racing commercial group the Jockey Club has launched a new business to provide outsourced services to the sports industry.

British horseracing commercial group The Jockey Club has announced its Jockey Club Live music and entertainment venture has staged live music after racing for more than 300,000 people in its first year of operation.

The Jockey Club, the biggest commercial group in British horse racing, has announced record financial results for 2013 along with its largest-ever contribution to prize money.

British horseracing commercial group The Jockey Club has appointed construction company Kier as the main contractor on a £45m (€54.6m/75.2m) redevelopment project at its Cheltenham Racecourse.

The Jockey Club, the largest commercial group in British horseracing, has announced that its 15 racecourses expect to offer record total prize money in excess of £42m (€49.5m/$67.3m) in 2014 from 364 scheduled fixtures.

The Jockey Club, the largest commercial group in British horse racing, has appointed Roger Weatherby to succeed Nicholas Wrigley as its senior steward for a term of five years.

Arena Racing Company (ARC), owner of three of the four All-Weather horse racing tracks in Britain, has committed to £2 million in extra prize funds per annum in an initial three-year deal.

The Jockey Club's proposed £45 million development project at its flagship Cheltenham racecourse has been approved by its local council.

Jockey Club Racecourses has extended its partnership with catering firm Compass Group for a further six years, which is expected to be worth £300 million in turnover.

Businesses in sport should follow The Jockey Club example and look to raise money through retail bonds, according to Tom Mitchell, a director of sports finance specialists Sportrisq Capital.

Racecourses owner The Jockey Club has appointed Martin St. Quinton to chair the financing committee for the development of its Cheltenham Racecourse.