R v Jockey Club, ex parte Aga Khan [1993]

Applicant
racehorse owner registered with Jockey Club.
Entered
contractual relationship to adhere to rules of racing.
Applicant’s
horse disqualified after winning major race – sought JR.
Court
of Appeal held club not susceptible to JR.
Club
was not in its origin, constitution, membership or history a public body, and
its powers were not governmental.
Moreover,
applicant had contractual remedy.