EU Audit – Now The Wait

Patience is a virtue


South African horseracing stakeholders will have to wait approximately a further 30 days for the draft report of the European Union audit into animal health controls in South Africa in relation to the export of equidae, which was completed earlier this week.

Adrian Todd, managing director of SA Equine Health and Protocols NPC (SAEHP) confirmed to the Sporting Post on Friday that the auditors have completed their on-the-ground investigation and that it will be 30 odd days for the draft report, whereafter South Africa will have an opportunity to comment.

A successful conclusion of the audit will mean the direct export of horses from South Africa to the European Union.

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