Social Media – Gold Circle To Investigate

NHRA are also investigating

In a media release published on Sunday morning, KZN racing operator Gold Circle has advised that it is aware of comments allegedly made by a trainer on social media.

The release states that Gold Circle disassociates itself from these comments which in no way reflect the views of the company.

Gold Circle does not tolerate any form of racial discrimination and, whilst the racing regulator, the National Horseracing Authority, conducts an investigation into this matter, Gold Circle have launched their own investigation and are deciding on an appropriate course of action.

  • Media release by Gold Circle on Sunday 15 November 2020

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