The whole "racing industry" is managed by the Jockey Club of the Czech Republic. Its name refers to the original British association of noblemen who laid the foundations of modern turf in the 18th century. Today's Jockey Club CR is the governing organisation which, under authorisation from the Ministry of Agriculture, covers and manages everything necessary around racing and the breeding of the English Thoroughbred.
As the highest authority of the racing sport in the country, it grants permits to organize flat and steeplechase races. It registers owners, stables, trainers and riders, draws up the fixture list and represents Czech racing abroad. It administers all binding rules in the form of the Racing Rules and supervises their observance.
Last but not least, the Jockey Club keeps the central register of English Thoroughbred breeding in the Czech Republic. Every year around two hundred foals are born in domestic studs, about half of the racehorses at the track come from Czech breeding.
Source: statistical data of the Jockey Club of the Czech Republic from 2019