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Accidents, injuries and emotions

​​​​​​​ If you've recently had an accident or an injury it is possible that in addition to the physical effects of the accident, you may be experiencing some psychological or emotional effects. It...

Racing Industry Accident Benefit Scheme

What is the Racing Industry Accident Benefit Scheme? The RIABS Scheme provides benefits to eligible persons following accidental injury, disablement or death arising out of their duties for a...

Racing's Occupational Health Service

What is occupational health? Occupational health services exist to keep staff safe and healthy. Horse racing depends on a fit and healthy workforce and working at racing yards, studs and racecourses...

NHS Dental Treatment

NHS Dental Treatment The NHS will provide any treatment that you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy and free of pain. Your dentist must make clear to you which treatments can be provided...

Occupational Health: Liz Cooper explains more

Occupational Health Advisor, Liz Cooper, works for Team Prevent to provide our occupational health service to those who working racing. She tells us more about her role, explains what it's all...


Are you missing out on benefits you are fully entitled to? Every year billions of pounds worth of benefits go unclaimed in the UK so it is well worth keeping a track of your...

Legal Advice available through Racing's Support Line

Racing's Support Line offers Legal Advice  Do you have a legal problem and want to know where you stand?  Do you work or are you retired from the horseracing and breeding...

Volunteering with Racing Welfare

Volunteering at Racing Welfare Volunteers are highly valuable across the charitable sector. At Racing Welfare we value the contribution made by our team of volunteers and recognise that it would...