When owners of horses pay entry fee to enter a big race
by Ralph Jones
When owners pay entry fees for a race and the race prize is all set, what happens with the owners entry fee? Where does it go to?
Thank you Ralph Jones. Ralphemail@example.com
Answer: For each race entry:
£1.20 is paid to the Animal Health Trust,
£1.25 to the Retired Racehorse Welfare Fund and
£32.25 +VAT towards the BHA’s administration.
The remainder is transferred to the relevant racecourse and paid out with the prize money.
Information supplied by Wetherbys
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