East Cape Awards – No Answer

No accountability - how long can it last?

Our lead editorial in last week’s SP Digest (2489) regarding a bizarre omission of a smart 2yo from the nominee list for the East Cape Awards, which will be held on Saturday evening, has elicited no form of explanation from the powers-that-be to either the racing public or the aggrieved owners and breeders.

Read the story here

It’s sad that stonewalling and denial is a communication policy adopted by certain industry leaders – who have the industry to thank for their livelihood.

Maybe the Public Protector Adv Busisiwe Mkhwebane will have more luck when she conducts her public hearings commencing on Tuesday, 4 September 2018.

The bubble has to burst sometime.

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