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UK Racing Joins UK Government's GREAT Campaign

British racing has formally been incorporated into the UK Government's GREAT Britain & Northern Ireland campaign, which showcases the best of the UK on an international stage. New racing imagery for the campaign was launched via The Jockey Club on the big screens and in the racecard at the Cazoo Derby Festival, a key component of The Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The imagery is now available to UK Government departments and its international network, including Embassies and High Commissions, for use on trade missions, at receptions and conferences. Great British Racing...

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ITBF Conference Kicks Off June 6

The International Thoroughbred Breeders' Federation bi-annual Conference, hosted by the ITBF and the British Thoroughbred Breeders' Association, will take place at Newmarket June 6-10. Last held in Lexington in 2018, the conference, which was slated to be held in Paris in 2020, was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Around 70 delegates from 23 countries across six continents are expected to attend. The programme of events takes place over a week and offers members an opportunity to network with other nations as well as raise breeding and wider Thoroughbred industry...

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Great British Stallion Showcase Launched

The 2022 Great British Stallion Showcase was launched by Great British Racing International (GBRI) and the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association (TBA). The online platform, which welcomed over 10,000 visitors last spring, is a digital tool to support the TBA National Hunt Stallion Showcase at Goffs UK's January Sale on Tuesday and the TBA Flat Stallion Parade at the Tattersalls February Sale on Thursday, Feb. 3. The website features a selection of Britain's first-, second- and third-season Flat sires and all-age National Hunt sires. Photos and videos are available to view, while...

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GBRI Launches New Website

As spectators return to racecourses across much of Britain, Great British Racing International (GBRI) has launched a new website and promotional video aimed at encouraging international investment in the sport. The website contains information about buying, owning, racing and breeding in Britain with links to relevant organisations within the industry. It also includes a map and guide to the country's racecourses and information on stallions standing in Britain. "GBRI's new website houses all the information and tools necessary for it to become a go-to resource for any aspiring international racehorse...

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Great British Stallion Showcase Launched

The Great British Stallion Showcase 2021 was launched by the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association (TBA) and Great British Racing International (GBRI) on Monday. The online format is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that prevented the TBA's Flat Stallion Parade and the National Hunt Stallion Showcase from taking place this year. Photos and videos of each participating stallion, as well as audio clips from stud managers, pedigree and fees are all available at www.greatbritishstallionshowcase.co.uk. In addition, the stallion pages also include the stallions' British EBF eligibility where appropriate. Following the theme...

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GBRI Launch E-Magazine 'The British Briefing'
GBRI Launch E-Magazine 'The British Briefing'

Great British Racing International (GBRI) launched a quarterly e-magazine titled 'The British Briefing.' Produced in association with the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association, National Trainers Federation, Tattersalls, Tattersalls Ascot, Goffs UK and the Federation of Bloodstock Agents, the online publication encapsulates headlines focusing on Britain's racing and bloodstock industries. To view the Autumn 2020 issue, click here. "In publishing The British Bulletin, we do not wish to naively imply that the British racing and bloodstock industry has an easy road ahead; we all know that with the UK government's announcement regarding continued...

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