Based on the experience of owners and trainers, RoR and NTF have gathered the following recommendations for passing a horse to the sport horse market or hacking to ensure that the horse has a well-maintained life after the race. The ROA has developed a training agreement in collaboration with the National Federation of Trainers (NTF). The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has confirmed that the agreement complies with its rules, which require the training agreement signed between the owner and the coach. Both the ROA and the NTF recommend that members use the training agreement, but this version is not mandatory. Another version can be used as long as it contains the minimum requirement defined by the BHA in the following rule: Horse & Owner Manual (E) Schedule 4. The full rule appears here Bha`s website also lists the racehorse trainers` championship table for the Flat and National Hunt disciplines. You can also search for coaches in the lists. www.britishhorseracing.com/racing/participants/trainers/ search options: by name. Displays full contact information. Number of horses in training and performance overview A trainer-owner agreement must be signed and set the terms agreed between the parties at least with regard to the checklist for owners and trainers for the sale or loan of a retired racehorse to the sport horse market The representation of trainers. They have a searchable list of their members on their site: www.racehorsetrainers.org/find/listtrainers.asp RoR is often asked if there is anything that can be done to secure the future of a horse for sale from the race. It is rarely possible to guarantee what the future holds for a horse thus transmitted, as it could easily be relayed and circumstances change.