British Horseracing Authority

It’s Not Only In Africa…

Tens of thousands of racegoers and many more punters in Britain and abroad will have been left with the strong and abiding impression that the stewards presiding over one of the most valuable and prestigious cards of the year were incompetent

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Punter’s Forum – Seriously?

BHA’s Horseracing Bettors Forum will give punters a much needed voice on matters that directly affect them – “There are a lot of things we can proactively assist with or comment upon. There are lots of things punters haven’t had a voice about but should have some input on.”

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Field Sizes A Concern

“Central to our ability to meet targets is the size of the horse population set against the number of races run. The industry’s strategy in recent years has been to expand the fixture list and race programme in order to optimise income, but it would be anomalous for this to continue when set against a flat or declining horse population.”

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Nick Rust

BHA Appoints Bookmaker as CEO

He has a natural and collaborative leadership style with staff and stakeholders alike, a good blend of humility and desire to get things done. He is comfortable from ‘stable to boardroom’ and understands how pivotal this sport is to jobs and UK PLC.

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Hands Off

Shane Donohoe was reported to the British Horseracing Authority for failing to give permission to be searched at Wolverhampton last week

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