Group 1. Group 2. Group 3. Listed Races. As Favourite. Top bets from The Armchair Punter for Saturday. Stephen Brassel days. No integrity concerns - Blake Shinn cleared to ride after conclusion of Star Sensation inquiry.
Ben Dorries days. Top bets from Paul Joice for Saturday. Paul Joice days. Top bets from Ben Dorries for Saturday. Early betting trends for Rosehill Saturday. Clinton Payne days. Shinn tongue earns the wrath of chief steward. Equines will continue to be able to travel between the UK and Ireland with only an equine ID document. In particular they are looking for breaches of the Rules on interference, the whip, and horses not being run on their merits. The Stewards also decide which horses should be tested for banned substances.
As of January the Stewards panel for most meetings consists of three people — one unpaid Stewards Panel Chair and two Stipendiary Stewards one will have the role of Chief Steward , employed by the BHA for a Premier meeting such as Royal Ascot or Cheltenham there are three of each. In addition to these, there is an Assistant Steward, who deals with all of the administration and a Raceday Assistant. The unpaid Stewards are approved and trained by the BHA. The panel has access to at least five camera angles of each race to review what takes place and how horses are ridden.
If interference has taken place and they feel it has affected the finishing positions of some of the runners they have the power to amend the result. The panel hears the evidence and reviews relevant recordings. A report of their findings is produced and relayed to the public.
Examples of this include: a horse suffering interference in running, losing a shoe, or finishing lame. Interference enquiries often only take a few minutes, but cannot start until the jockeys have returned to the weighing room and, if necessary, have weighed out for the following race. This can result in a delay. Anyone found in breach of a Rule by the racecourse Stewards has the right to appeal to the Disciplinary Panel.
They are also Tweeted. On the racecourse Enquiries of significance are broadcast over the public address system. Stewards come from a wide variety of backgrounds. A number of the Stewards team rode as professionals, either on the Flat or over jumps, and between them won many premier races. We also recruit Graduate Trainee Stewards, who come from a variety of backgrounds without the same level of practical experience but with the ability to acquire the necessary level of knowledge.
We have a mixture of paid and unpaid Stewards on our panels on the racecourse. Sometimes horses refuse to enter the stalls and will be withdrawn from the race. Horses can also be withdrawn from the race if they become fractious or unruly in the stalls.
If a horse has been upset by an unruly horse in a nearby stall, the animal will be checked over by a vet. If a horse has been unruly in the stalls it may have an injury that is not readily apparent and the Starter will officially withdraw the horse and an announcement will be made over the PA system. They can pull their goggles down and prepare themselves for racing. During this time, the horses will be circling in a defined area behind the Start itself.
The Advance Flag Operator AFO will also wave their flag to enable riders furthest away from the Starter to understand that the race will not be started. If the race is not started at the first attempt, the field will regroup at the marker poles and a standing start to the satisfaction of the Starter will be effected by tape and flag. There will not be a further attempt at a walk-in start and runners will not be sent back further than is necessary to regroup at the marker poles.
The rules relating to the import of equines from the EU to the UK will not change in principle as a result of no deal. Horses which currently enter the UK from France using a Commercial Document DOCOM , or travel from Ireland without any animal health documentation, there would be no immediate change to the current entry documentation.
Registered horses travelling from the EU will also continue to be able to do so using health attestations. Notification will still be required for those equines that currently require it — e. You can find out more about this here. They are working with APHA to ensure transporters have robust contingency plans in place ahead of travel.
These should include avoiding high risk routes and identifying contingency premises for resting the animals in the event that delays are encountered. However, anyone transporting animals must ensure that they are transported in conditions suitable for the species concerned. You should consult the latest information published by HMRC for detail on the changes to travel for individuals in the event of no deal. No, but commercial movements are broadly defined. If the activity being undertaken involves any direct or indirect financial activity then a permit is likely to be required.
The Government has put in place a scheme to allocate these permits, as detailed under the Haulage Permits and Trailer Registration Act As DfT expects UK hauliers to have other means of ensuing market access to the EU, hauliers will be allowed a period of time before these permits need to be formally taken and paid for.
This approach has been agreed with road haulage stakeholders. The Act provides appropriate arrangements for distributing any new permits which may be required under any future bilateral arrangements, if these are needed. Currently, when transporting equines within the EU, transporters are required to hold the following documentation:. Vehicle Authorisations and Driver Certificates of Competence need to be obtained before a transporter is issued with an Authorisation.
The length of time it will take to obtain authorisations will vary between Member States though in the UK a fully completed application is processed within 10 days. Exporters would need to present their transport documentation at a Border Inspection Post in the EU;. These requirements do not need to be met to temporarily export a registered horse for less than 90 days.
Tests must be taken within a certain number of days of travel, dependent on the type of move being undertaken and the sanitary group the UK is placed in. Yes — UK issued documentation will be valid for transport within the UK only. For exporting live animals to the EU, you will need to obtain additional documentation which is valid for transport within the EU.
The EU has not provided recognition at this stage, and we do not anticipate that they will do so before April 12 th. At the moment, only horses registered with a national branch of an international body for sporting and competition purposes are eligible for these certificates. Equines registered or a recognised studbook or with an international association or sporting body will be able to use current ID documents to travel.
You will be able to check on gov. All equines in the UK will still be required to have the equine passport, as now for domestic identification purposes. Those equines requiring Government issued ID will be required to travel to the EU with both this document and their equine passport.
Before an EHC can be issued, equines will need to have been tested and found free of certain disease see here for further information. This means equines will need tests for:. Horses being trained or participating in equine disciplines such as show jumping are among the best looked after in the UK. And this sort of training helps to keep them fit, healthy and alert. Thoroughbred horses are bred to race and often their temperament means that they are most suited to an active life and the thrill of competition.
We make a huge effort to track horses once they leave racing, to protect and promote their continuing welfare. Also, many stay within the sport, either as part of the breeding industry, or still engaged in the sport at an amateur level, where there are still extremely strict welfare standards in place. British racing takes incredibly seriously the welfare of horses that leave the sport, and has created its own charity with the sole purpose of ensuring that racehorses find fulfilling second careers after racing.
In , there are 13, race horses registered with Retraining of Racehorses as active in equine disciplines. Running and jumping comes naturally to horses, and we see them doing both those things in the wild. We understand and respect that some people have concerns over animals being used in sport. Trainers and jockeys work closely with horses every day, from providing for their basic needs to conducting their training. They develop incredibly strong bonds with the horses and a deep understanding of their traits and moods.
There is anecdotal evidence from jockeys that they can recognise physical and behavioural traits that signal the needs and desires of the horse. Without horseracing there would be no thoroughbred racehorse. The care and the support structures that the 14, horses in training at any one time receive are superior to those available to almost all other domesticated animals.
As a result, racing brings far more life to the horse population than it takes away. And the quality of those lives is astonishingly high. No horse can be made to race against its will. In the overwhelming majority of cases, horses happily take part in a race.
Most owners are involved in the sport because of a deep love for horses and a passion for racing. For most owners, racing is not a lucrative business and is usually funded by their successes in other business ventures. In any case, welfare of horses will always be prioritised over the narrow sporting or financial goals of a jockey, trainer or owner. Certain factors remain constant for all horses — a high level of veterinary care, outstanding welfare and excellent training regimes.
And the huge sums of money invested into veterinary research and science benefits all horses, no matter the level to which they compete. The British Horseracing Authority BHA is the independent, government recognised body responsible for the regulation of horseracing. We demand the highest standards of welfare from all our licensed jockeys, trainers and racecourses. These criteria by far exceed the requirements of animal welfare legislation, and are enforced by independent vets and officials at every fixture, alongside a team of racecourse inspectors, stable inspectors and investigating officers.
No trainer can hold a licence unless they are deemed suitable to care for horses, and the standards expected of licensed participants are upheld by a team of stable inspectors and investigative officers. Over 6, people dedicate their lives to the welfare of the 14, horses in British horse racing, providing them with a level of care and a quality of life that is unsurpassed.
It is important to note that The primary concern of everyone involved in the sport is ensuring that horses finish their careers safely. There are lots of things we do to make sure that that happens. No racing can take place at any UK course unless all equine welfare standards, measures and criteria have been deemed to be met by the British Horseracing Authority. As soon as the race is finished, the vets meet the horses on their way back to the stables, to check for bumps and scrapes that might be causing them discomfort.
If they spot a horse that is having problems walking, the animal can be put in a horse ambulance and taken back to the stables for treatment. Jumps in horse racing are designed, first and foremost, to be as safe as possible, and allow horses to show off their natural athleticism. There are lots of ways that jumps are designed to pose a challenge to the horse and jockey, but at the same time minimise risk.
Horse racing is the second most popular spectator sport in the UK, enjoyed by 6 million people each year. Part of the enjoyment is seeing the finest horses competing at the highest level, testing themselves over jumps and fences.
Jumping comes naturally to horses, especially those that have trained especially for it. While flat racing is a wonderful spectator sport, jumps test these highly trained horses to another level, and allow us to appreciate these magnificent animals even more. The whips used in British racing are foam-padded and energy-absorbing, and the thresholds for use are extremely low — the whip can be used only seven times in a flat race or eight times in a Jump race before the stewards will review the ride.
If used properly, there is no welfare problem associated with use of the energy-absorbing whip in Britain. Indeed Britain is among the world leaders in terms of the regulation of use of the whip in racing. Due to the fact that the limits on use are set so low, and the padded design of the whip, only in the most extreme cases would a breach of our whip rules constitute a welfare issue.
Despite this, the sport continues to impose strict penalties on breaches of the whip rules, in order to act as a deterrent against misuse. In addition, a further review of our whip rules has recently been announced, to ensure that the rules and penalties are providing a sufficient deterrent to prevent rule breaches.
If a horse does have to be put down, it is done in a quick and painless way, by a trained veterinary surgeon. The usual method is by injection, but the vets will decide on the most appropriate course of action for the horse based on its specific circumstances. Any decision is taken by a team of veterinary surgeons; where appropriate this will be done in consultation with the owners and trainer of a horse.
A screen helps create a calm environment around the horse and allows the vets to work safely and without distraction. Owners and trainers love their horses and have invested huge amounts of time and care into looking after and training them. The last thing they want is to have to put down a horse. But horses have far more complex physiology than humans, and a broken leg can often cause damage to blood vessels and other tissue.
Because horses can not stay off their feet for long periods, broken bones do not have a chance to heal, and so often sadly the kindest way to help a horse with a broken limb is to put it down. The vets on the racecourse, in conjunction with the owner, will make a decision as to what is in the best interests of the horse.
Racehorses enjoy a very high standard of care and quality of life when in training. Maintaining a comparable quality of life is a key consideration when considering future options for a horse that has had a serious injury or condition. As with any sport, those taking part do sometimes suffer injury, but it is important to note that Over the last twenty years, concerted efforts across the sport has seen an already low equine fatality rate drop by a further third to just 0.
For example, recent BHA funded research has resulted in the introduction of padded hurdles, which are being rolled out across British racecourse and have proven to further reduce faller rates and injury rates. As with any sport, horse racing is tough, but the level of risk for its participants is very low.
During any activity involving horses, there is an element of risk. However, the industry works together to take steps to manage risk and make sure that the sport is as safe as possible. Over the last twenty years, concerted efforts across the sport has seen an already low equine fatality rate drop by a further third, to just 0.
The primary concern of everyone involved in the sport is ensuring that horses enjoy their careers safely. No racing can take place at any British course unless all equine welfare standards, measures and criteria have been deemed to be met by the British Horseracing Authority. The BHA has shown that it is willing to review even the most established events to ensure safety, making wide ranging changes to the Grand National course in Away from racecourses, no trainer can hold a licence unless they are deemed suitable to care for horses, and the standards expected of licensed participants are upheld by a team of stable inspectors and investigative officers.
If you have a betting query or complaint, please contact The Gambling Comission. IBAS acts as an impartial adjudicator on disputes that arise between betting operators and their customers. Everyone involved in horseracing has responsibility towards the welfare of racehorses.
This ranges from the trainers who look after their needs on a daily basis through to the Racecourse Managing Executives who provide the facilities and staff to ensure that the raceday environment is the best it can be for the racehorse. The British Horseracing Authority BHA is the Government recognised body responsible for the regulation of horseracing in Great Britain and these regulations ensure that the welfare of the horse comes first.
The standards demanded within the sport far exceed existing national animal welfare legislation. The sport employs over 6, people to provide first class care and attention for the 14, horses in training, providing them with a level of care and a quality of life that is virtually unsurpassed by any other domesticated animal. The highest standards of horse welfare are demanded of all jockeys, trainers and racecourses. Racecourses employ experienced veterinary surgeons and have state-of-the-art horse ambulances available to ensure the very best treatment of any injury.
Most racehorses are born between January and April in the Northern hemisphere. All racehorses are considered to turn a year older on the 1 st January each year. The age and type of race a thoroughbred is eligible to race in is dependent on a number of factors, these are outlined in more detail in the Rules of Racing.
There are certain age restrictions on the type of jumps race a horse is eligible to start in therefore many horses will be older than 3yrs old when they race for the first time. There is strong scientific evidence to support controlled exercise at a young age in thoroughbreds. It has been shown that exercise has a positive effect on the musculoskeletal system because it encourages adaption with a resultant increase in strength and density of bones.
An adult level of tissue maturity has been shown to have been attained in racehorses before their two year old racing career usually commences. New Zealand Policy — Racing of two year old horses. The British Horseracing Authority is committed to reducing the risk in racing for both horse and jockey.
However, as with all sports, including any equestrian activity, there is an inherent risk for the participants. British Racing is open and transparent about the risks involved. Over the last 15 years, the equine fatality rate in British Racing has fallen by one-third from 0.
In recent years the average number of runners per annum is in excess of 90, Horses are at risk of serious injury throughout their lives, regardless of the type of equestrian activity they participate in, even when turned out in a field, exercising at home or doing what they were bred to do, namely racing on the track. Any horse affected will receive immediate attention and treatment from the racecourse veterinary team.
Qualified paramedics and doctors are also on hand in the case of any incident involving a jockey. More information about what British Racing does for our equine participants: www. All injuries and fatalities incurred on the racecourse are recorded and monitored to provide a benchmark from which the industry can continually strive to reduce injury rates. The data enables the BHA Veterinary Officers and officials to critically assess any situations were injury or fatality levels increase and to put in in place measures to safeguard horse welfare.
Thanks to continued research and enforcement of strict standards, the number of injuries and fatalities has fallen. The equine fatality rate in British Racing has fallen by one-third from 0. More information and statistics about injuries and fatalities can be found in the Horse Welfare Info section of our Resource Centre. There are a number of veterinary personnel present on the racecourse every raceday, these personnel fit into three broad categories.
Veterinary Officers monitor all horses on the racecourse, including in the stable area and parade ring prior to racing and as they return from the course post-race. All racecourses appoint specialist equine veterinary surgeons Racecourse Veterinary Surgeons who attend each race meeting to provide immediate first aid and veterinary treatment to any horse. A horse ambulance is available on site to ensure prompt and safe transport of an injured horse to either the on-course veterinary treatment facilities or a near-by equine referral centre.
The most serious type of injury sustained by racehorses are bone fractures. With advances in veterinary medicine a number of fractures sustained by horses can now be repaired, often allowing the horse to continue with either its racing career or another career, however, there are difficulties in repairing certain fractures that are not comparable to humans. One of the biggest challenges for veterinary surgeons when treating all breeds of horses is not repairing the fracture per se, but the post-surgical complications and rehabilitation of a kg animal.
Recuperation of a horse is a major welfare challenge, as horses do not adapt well to sustained periods of inactivity during convalescence. Complicated, unstable fractures cannot withstand immediate weight-bearing and this means many fractures cannot be repaired. In such circumstances, the most humane measure is to put the horse down. Additionally the risk of infection after injury, where the skin has been broken, is very high in horses partly due to their physiology and partly due to environmental contamination.
Soft tissue injury that accompanies bone fractures in horses can further complicate repair after injury. An article in The Guardian discussed in more detail the reasons horses have to be euthanased after sustaining certain injuries regardless of how much their owners and carers wish to save them.
There are a number of criteria that must be fulfilled, according to BEVA guidelines for humane euthanasia to be carried out. Thoroughbred racehorses registered in Britain are microchipped so it is possible to track what happens to them when they leave Racing. Racehorse owners are the largest contributors followed by racecourses, trainers and many more members of the industry. An increasing number of racehorses go on to successful second careers after retiring from the track, there are currently over 11, horses registered with Retraining of Racehorses as active in other equine disciplines outside of racing, including Polo, Showing, Dressage and Eventing.
Funding for this comes directly from the racing industry through licence and registration fees and it also receives voluntary donations. In addition, we are working to raise the profile of ex-racehorses within the wider equestrian world to advertise their adaptability to other occupations. There is no evidence that the majority of rehomed racehorses result in welfare cases. Testing is carried out to ensure that racing is fair and safe for all its participants and to safeguard the integrity of the sport.
BHA increasingly conducts pre-race and out-of- competition testing. This allows it to act quickly on intelligence received and provides a major deterrent to the extremely small minority of people in the sport who would deliberately attempt to influence the outcome of a race via the use of prohibited substances. BHA uses a targeted, intelligence led approach combined with raceday sampling that is process led. For practical reasons pre-race testing and out-of-competition testing is normally undertaken via a blood sample, as opposed to a urine sample, which is usually collected for post-race testing.
However other samples such as hair are collected as required. When used, targeted testing will be done based on established objective procedures. BHA uses an intelligence system based on the Police National Intelligence Model, which set standards for process, professionalism, fairness and confidentiality. There is a robust chain of custody from the place of sampling to the laboratory, and within the laboratory there are rigorous procedures to ensure sample integrity.
There are no unannounced changes in the sensitivity of drug tests performed for BHA where the drug is a therapeutic agent. LGC must consider the impact of changes in instrument sensitivity, changes to methods such as extraction from a matrix and changes resulting from malfunction of an instrument so as to assure BHA that Performance Specification outputs are not inadvertently changed.
Implementation of any changes to methodology, including effects on analytical sensitivity, must be agreed in advance with BHA. For clarity, these requirements may apply equally to changes dictated by changes in the Laboratory Standards the quality control systems in place.
There is a formal procedure for consideration and notification on any proposed change to the analytical testing methodology used to detect drugs in racehorses, such that any changes must be approved by the BHA Board. A risk based assessment is made of the need for change. A transition period is set for old and new tests. During this time they are run in parallel, and any disciplinary action taken based on the old test. At the end of any transition period an assessment is made to confirm the need for change.
This consultation will generally be based around new or changed Detection Times. Veterinary organisations will also be involved as required. The NTF is notified when changes are put into effect. Whilst the majority of substances in which BHA have an interest are medicines for treatment, it does also have a responsibility to control substances misused for doping which have no place in racing.
Here the analytical approach is robust identification and not any control of sensitivity. Consultation here is, by necessity, more limited and BHA may not consult before action is taken. Any advice given is simply to highlight if there are any particular issues in relation to a particular product and its use under the BHA Rules of Racing. BHA may advise trainers and their veterinary surgeons or feed supplement manufactures if a particular ingredient is a Prohibited Substance.
Please note the Jockey Club no longer regulates British horseracing, so reference to approval by the Jockey Club or similar, or indeed approved by racing authorities, have no meaning. The active substances contained within the herbal ingredients are Prohibited Substances if they fulfil the criteria for a Prohibited Substance under the Rules of Racing Schedule G 1. Interpretation of the difference between a feeding stuff and a treatment must therefore be a question of informed context and judgment.
No, the statistics and details of the Disciplinary results show that BHA is clearly not prosecuting every trainer on every raceday for the minute traces of herbs, which may support and maintain normal function, that are found in normal feedstuffs. However it does take action when herbal treatments are administered in direct contravention of BHA rules. The chemicals contained in herbs that are the source of the effect of the herb on the body can be detected in the same way as other medications.
In order for the Equine Health and Welfare Department equine britishhorseracing. This advice can only relate to the Rules of Racing. The ingredients in a feed supplement should be for maintaining normal body function by nutrition. BHA would assess the claims made for the product, the substance present using authoritative scientific information and the amounts of active substance present. BHA supports both innovation and welfare enhancements, however, BHA does not wish to expose trainers and owners to the risk of a positive, however caused, or to using devices that are against the Rules for fair racing.
Trainers, veterinary surgeons, racecourses and commercial enterprises should feel free to seek advice from BHA about particular treatments or therapies before use or promotion. In the case of any product the manufacturer must first decide if it is a Veterinary Medicinal Product in which case it must be the subject of a valid Marketing Authorisation MA , issued by the VMD. There are clear definitions for Veterinary Medicinal Products. However the Rules of Racing do not apply just to the use of authorised Veterinary Medicinal Products, but more widely, therefore even for a supplement we would require the manufacturer to provide a quantitative analysis of the composition of the product and what it claims to do to offer advice.
Our advice can only relate to the Rules of Racing. Any such request should be sent by email to the Equine Health and Welfare Department at equine britishhorseracing. It also approves Rules for Pony and Arab racing. It does not comment on specific matters relating to sports it does not regulate. These are a matter for the regulator of that sport. Prescription Only Medicine — Veterinarian POM-V : Can only be supplied by a veterinary surgeon or a pharmacist in accordance with a prescription from a veterinary surgeon.
Veterinary Medicinal Products areany substance or combination of substances presented as having properties for treating or preventing disease in animals. Yes, provided it has a UK Marketing Authorisation. Orders for POM-V products purchased through the internet must be accompanied by a valid veterinary prescription. If the medicine you wish to purchase requires a veterinary prescription, all reputable sites will ask for this prescription to be provided.
For the internet seller to fulfil their legal obligations they should be asked for information about the horse before completing the purchase of these medicines. A simple way to achieve this when buying medicines online is to only use a retailer that is enrolled in the VMD Accredited Retailer Scheme. The image below shows the logo:. An authorised medicine must only be used for the species and specific purpose indicated on the labelling except under the direction of your veterinary surgeon.
You should be asked for your informed consent under these circumstances. Once prescribed, the product can be purchased from the prescribing veterinary surgeon or from a different veterinary surgeon or a pharmacist including through the internet on presentation of a written prescription. Possession or supply, or administration to animals of unauthorised medicines is illegal under the Veterinary Medicines Regulations.
It may put your horse at undefined risk, and may also place you in breach of the Rules of Racing. You should inform your veterinary surgeon if you are so approached, or the VMD. Product labels give guidance on how to store the product. Trainers need to be mindful of the security and integrity of the product.
In most cases drugs are best stored or contained in a locked cupboard or, if storage at lower temperatures is specifically indicated, in a secure fridge. If the horse is signed out of the food chain in its passport, generally no other records need to be kept for the VMD. According to the Rules of Racing, Rule C 13 — Duty to keep medication records , BHA requires trainers to keep medication records for one year, including:. This data is currently available for a number of frequently used medications in horses.
The Withdrawal Time should be longer than a Detection Time to take into account the impact of all sources of animal variability such as age, sex, breed, and lifestyle in and those of the medicinal product actually administered such as formulation, route of administration, dosage regimen and duration of treatment. More information is available on the website of the European Horseracing Scientific Liaison Committee.
The research to produce Detection Times takes time and is expensive and therefore the medication involved must be relevant to the care and welfare of racehorses. Sharing this information and study results reduces the cost and increases the amount of information available. There are no short cuts to an authoritative and robust Detection Time. Veterinary practice does have experience on estimating withdrawal times for a range of substances.
If you are unsure please seek advice from the Equine Health and Welfare Department at equine britishhorseracing. Screening Limits are not changed without informing stakeholder representative bodies. These, are used by Veterinary Surgeons to advise a Withdrawal Time. Screening Limits are instructions to laboratories which set a level above which medications are reported, in recognition that minuscule amount of medication have no effect.
Screening Limits are both of little use to Veterinary Surgeons but more importantly publication would show the confidential assessments on integrity risks made by BHA. Risk management is the process of weighting policy alternatives to accept, minimize or reduce the assessed risk and, on the basis of this process, to select and implement the appropriate option regarding prevention, control or regulation measures.
In this context the Screening Limit is therefore not quantitatively identical to the non-effect level of the medication but a value related to it, via an ordinal scale, that takes into account the specific factors considered in risk management in this situation.
These factors include the extent of use of the drug in equine veterinary practice and its potential to affect the welfare of the horse or to improve its performance. This process is a fundamentally different approach to simply permitting medication or particular drugs, but it still allows horse welfare and treatment needs to be considered in the context of assuring integrity. The Rule C 28 — Veterinary treatment and medication state that a Trainer must ensure that all treatments and medication administered to a horse under his care or control are given in the interests of its best health and welfare.
For substances endogenous to the horse that is, substances that occur naturally within the horse , threshold levels are agreed by the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities IFHA. So if a sample contains any of the endogenous substances listed at a higher concentration than the threshold level, this leads to a positive test result being given. BHA maintains a policy of strict liability for the presence of any drug, including medications, on racedays.
Quantification of the amount of medication present in a positive sample is not necessary because there is no regulatory threshold for medications; the Screening Limit is a policy decision that recognises the analytical sensitivity of modern laboratory technology. This avoids having to manage and update an extensive list of substances. Nothing may be given to the horse on raceday other than normal food and water, which must be fed in the normal manner i. This ensures that both current and as yet undeveloped substances can be covered by the same Rules.
In practical terms the laboratory testing protocols routinely applied in British horseracing use expertly developed databases that will detect around 2, different substances. These may be substances commonly used for therapeutic treatment or substances where we have intelligence of possible use or abuse. These databases are constantly being updated as new drugs or new uses of existing drugs are developed. So if a new or previously unidentified substance is found it will still be identified and action taken.
Action will still be taken. The laboratory testing approach is based on a number of extraction and purification steps carried out on each sample to isolate prohibited substances according to their broad chemical characteristics. These extracts are then analysed by chromatographic instruments linked to mass spectrometric detector systems. The information generated is first compared to the current databases of around 2, different substances. A major advantage of mass spectrometry is that it provides information about a substance based on its unique molecular structure.
One of the latest versions of the technique utilises high resolution accurate mass measurement. This technique is powerful enough to indicate the presence of an unusual substance, even if it is not currently in the database of known substances. Such a finding is then investigated, the substance identified and action taken if necessary. These advances in technology mean that intelligence about new substances can be generated and evaluated much quicker than would previously have been possible.
As it is important to complete any course of antibiotics to help prevent resistance developing within the bacteria we would not wish for a trainer to stop giving a course of antibiotics prescribed by a vet in order for the horse to be eligible to run in the future. We are confident that antibiotics do not improve performance on raceday.
BHA recognises that therapeutic medications have a role to play in the treatment of injuries and disease in horses. Medication control aims to ensure, through science based information, that BHA, and so the wider public, can be assured that in a race any drug, or their metabolites, that remains from veterinary treatment given at any time before racing is at a level where it cannot affect performance.
Doping drugs such as cocaine, amphetamine or anabolic steroids that have the potential to be performance altering, are not permitted in racing or training at any concentration. There is a Zero Tolerance policy for these drugs. BHA works on the principle that no horse should run in Great Britain under the effects of medication or have any substance present in its system that can affect performance.
BHA recognises the need for medication in training to ensure treatment of illness and injury and to aid recovery. Appropriate and controlled medication is beneficial for horse welfare. It is also important to recognise that the Rules prohibit the abuse of medication by its use where the appropriate treatment should be rest and recuperation, which may or may not combined with appropriate drug treatment.
The Rules Manual C Doping drugs that are primarily performance altering are not allowed in racing at any concentration. There is zero tolerance to doping agents and the imposition of severe sanctions if used. The rules relating to anti-doping and medication control are based on trying to create safe and fair racing. They take into account the following considerations:. A: Yes.
No, a Permit Holder can only train horses owned by immediate family members. These horses must be free of any lease or agreement from those whom you are not entitled to train. Further information regarding the specific family members you can train for are detailed in both in the Guidance Notes which accompany the application form in the Licensing Forms section and in Rule C 4 of the Rules of Racing.
As a Licensed Trainer, you are required to have a minimum of 3 horses in training through the licence period. For the security and welfare of the horses in your care, BHA requires that you provide 24 hour cover at your training establishment in the event of an emergency, such as fire, or should a person try to access your premises to deliberately administer drugs to affect the performance of your horses.
In addition, the nature of working with horses involves early mornings and late nights for you and your staff and on site accommodation can make such hours more manageable. All new licence applicants are required to demonstrate the finances available to their business operation and also to provide their business plans for the consideration of BHA.
Full details of the commitment required are detailed in the Guidance Notes. In addition, when a currently licensed Trainer has a change in circumstances, for example a change in employment status, a financial reference may be required. All applications are accompanied by full and detailed Guidance Notes which can be found with the links for the application forms.
The Guidance Notes will provide you with information outlining the minimum standards an applicant is required to demonstrate to meet the established licensing criteria, including those requirements for gallops and schooling facilities. With regard to general equine care e.
The courses form part of the criteria for the Licence and therefore all applicants are required to complete the full modular programme. The guide for the Modular Training Programme is available in the Licensing Forms section for your assistance. Applications for either a Licence, or a Permit to Train are made using the online application and the links can be found in the Licensing Forms section.
All information you will need to apply is also provided with this link. This includes the Guidance Notes which should be read before attempting to complete an application form , the Guide for the Modular Training Programme for Trainers, the User Guide for the online application and the forms relevant to the application which should be completed and attached to the online form in the appropriate section. It is not a mandatory requirement that you are a member of the AJA in order to hold an Amateur Riders Permit; however, it is a condition of many of the races restricted to Amateur Riders that you are a member.
Amateur Riders are generally required to have a medical and baseline every 5 years. You will be advised by the Medical Team, should your personal situation require more regular medical updates. An Amateur Rider who is entitled to ride in certain Jump Races which are also confined only to Amateurs is entitled to claim the following weight allowance;. Applications for the course are made to the Licensing Team.
Apprentice and Conditional Licences are no longer valid either when they turn 26, or when the jockey has ridden out their claim, i. Individuals will be required to apply for a full professional licence, either 6 months after riding out their claim, or at the end of the period for which their licence is valid, whichever comes first.
To compensate for an initial lack of experience at the beginning of their careers, Conditionals are entitled to a weight allowance when riding against full professional Jockeys. A Conditional can claim an additional 3lb when riding for their employing Trainer in certain races, if they have ridden less than 5 winners.
To compensate for an initial lack of experience at the beginning of their careers, Apprentices are entitled to a weight allowance when riding against full professional Jockeys. If your application is refused on medical grounds, you may be able to apply for a Medical Review. This is administered by the Licensing Team and full details of this procedure would be provided in these instances. All Professional Jockeys are generally required to have a medical every 5 years and a baseline each year.
In addition, if you are an Apprentice or Conditional who has reached the time to make a full Professional Licence application, you will be required to complete a 4 page medical with your GP as part of the process. Professional Jockeys will, later on in their careers or upon specific request , be required to have annual medicals and attend an appointment with the BHA Chief Medical Advisor to assess their fitness to ride.
You would need to meet the same licensing criteria as any other applicant see Guidance Notes in Licensing Forms section. Specific guidance with regard to visas is available on the Work Visas and Immigration page. You will need to provide evidence to the BHA that you have the appropriate visa to work in Great Britain as a Jockey, prior to the approval of your application.
The courses are, in part, an assessment as to your fitness, your ability to ride in a race and your knowledge of racing generally. Apprentice and Conditional Licences are a joint application made by the Trainer and the potential jockey and guardian if the Jockey is under the age of Both Apprentices and Conditionals are required to be in the full-time paid employment of the Trainer who holds their licence. An Apprentice application is initiated by the Licensed Trainer via the new Racing Administration site.
The User Guide for the online application can be found in the Forms and Information page of this website. Additionally, there must be a demand for your services, i. If a full professional licence is granted, the applicant will no longer be eligible to revert to Amateur status, in the event that a professional career is not progressing.
You can ride on your British Licence for a period of up to 30 days from when you leave Great Britain, as this is the period for which your insurance through the Professional Riders Insurance Scheme covers you. Prior to riding abroad, you will need to obtain a clearance from BHA to ride overseas and you will need to confirm to the Licensing Team how long you will be abroad, if you are travelling for more than a few days.
Yes, so long as you are still eligible, to claim an allowance in accordance with Rules F or F of the Rules of Racing. However, applications may be referred to the Licensing Committee for consideration, in accordance with Schedule A 9 of the Rules of Racing. Applications are now submitted online using the new Racing Administration System. Please refer to the Forms and Information page for more information.
There are often scenarios in which Frost Covers are not an appropriate tool for Clerks of the Course to use. Equally, weather forecasts can change from hour to hour in the run up to a fixture. Consequently, as there can be no guarantee of success, it remains very much a judgement call rather than an exact science as to whether a racecourse uses Frost Covers. For this reason they tend only to be used at higher profile fixtures, where key races are being run and are likely to be part of the broadcast schedule for terrestrial television.
This is especially true in winter when there is no grass growth and ground has to be managed to avoid poached areas and produce the safest going for horse and rider. Racecourses now ensure they highlight any slight distance changes arising from moving the running rail on bends between fixtures.
They advertise these changes in their routine going report updates. Where a racecourse creates a brand new starting position the racecourse must use a professional surveyor to survey in the start. The start is then formally marked on the ground to ensure starting stalls are always placed in the correct position. All Flat starts are measured to the nearest yard.
Fences may vary in height from a minimum at the time of pre-season BHA inspection of 4 feet 6 inches measured on the take-off side. All the fences on any one course are to be of the same materials; these may be:. Fences are to be built on a base between 6 feet and 6 feet 6 inches in depth measured from the front of the take-off board to a point on the ground directly below the extreme back of the fence.
The slope of the fence, with or without an apron, must reduce the thickness at the top to not less than 1 foot 6 inches at the time of pre-season inspection. The top of the fence may be slightly rounded off from the take-off side. Take-off boards are painted light matt orange. Timber Hurdles are to be not less than 3 feet 6 inches from the top bar to the bottom bar. Hurdles are driven into the ground so that the bottom bar rests on the ground.
The angle of the hurdle is such that the top bar is 37 inches above ground and the overlay from the top bar in the direction of racing is 20 inches beyond the bottom bar. Each flight of timber hurdles must be at least 30 feet in width. The risk of extreme ground resulting from a combination of watering and rainfall is always a possibility. However, racecourses particularly those staging Jump fixtures May — September are always strongly encouraged to irrigate to achieve the going aims specified in BHAGI 3.
BHA stipulates that watering is inadvisable within 24 hours of racing when there is a danger that rainfall could result in extreme ground in the period immediately prior to the meeting. The decision to water a track is the responsibility of the Managing Executive.
Factors such as the likely weather pattern particularly summer daylight temperatures and wind speed , the soil structure and drainage capabilities of the racecourse are considered when determining whether and how much water should be applied. It is essential that the optimum moisture level is maintained in order to avoid dry, impermeable ground.
The purpose of watering is to maintain the moisture level essential for good turf husbandry in order to achieve optimum resilience and a suitable, consistent racing surface for the horse and its welfare. If racecourses did not irrigate their track, or were ever prevented from doing so for a fixed number of days before racing on the basis of some sort of BHA Rule or Instruction, the quality of the track would be affected, more fixtures would be abandoned, field sizes would diminish and the welfare of the participants would be compromised.
We have set out a list of numbers below for the best people to contact depending on the nature of your query:. BHA works with a number of partners to uphold the integrity of horseracing and to ensure good governance of the sport.
If your breach of the Rules of Racing is relevant to the operations of any of those partners, then BHA may refer your case to one of these organisations on conclusion of the Hearing. These individuals will be selected from a panel of eight people.
The members of the Appeal Board have previously served on the Disciplinary Panel. The Notice of Appeal must state the following information:. An Appeal Board hearing will be convened and reasonable notice will be given of the date, time and venue of the appeal.
BHA will publish the outcome of the Hearing and the reasons of the Disciplinary Panel in the Disciplinary Results section of the website. The BHA will also reveal the outcome of each Hearing on the Twitter feed and also may issue a press release. The scope of penalties that the Disciplinary Panel may impose is set out in the Guide to Procedures and Penalties.
The Guide is divided into sections for Racecourse penalties and Disciplinary Panel penalties. Under each individual Rule breach, the Guide sets out the range of penalties available to the Disciplinary Panel together with a recommended entry point. In most cases the Stewards and the Panel will follow the range indicated in the Guide, although they can give a higher or lower penalty if they have good reason to do so in that particular case.
Yes, as provided for in Rule A However, there may be circumstances where, BHA, upon request, agrees for the Hearing to proceed in your absence. This will be decided on a case-by-case basis and will be dependent on your response to the BHA case, i.
Please note, BHA are unlikely to agree to your absence from the Hearing if you intend on disputing the charge. If you instruct legal representation, all correspondence regarding the Hearing will be with your legal representative as they will be acting on your behalf. The evidence that BHA seek to reply upon in the Hearing will be sent to you prior to the Hearing with sufficient time for you to prepare your case. A letter containing details of the charges that you face will be sent outlining the next steps in the process.
Accompanying this letter usually is a case summary and a set of case papers containing the evidence on which the BHA relies. A Schedule A 6 form is also enclosed with the papers which allows the charged person the opportunity to outline the case that they wish to put before the Disciplinary Panel.
If an investigation concerns you, it is highly likely that you will be seen or interviewed as part of the investigative process. It would be impossible to ascertain a chain of events without seeking an explanation from the individual concerned. However, in the event that there is no need for an individual to be seen, they would be contacted by a member of the Integrity team before any charges are issued.
A case starts out as an investigation that is conducted by the Integrity team. Depending on the incident or issue, an Investigating Officer will conduct enquiries, including interviews and visits to licensed premises to ascertain whether or not there has been a breach of the Rules of Racing.
If it transpires that there may have been a breach, the Investigating Officers will compile all of the evidence from their enquiries and pass it over to the Compliance team who will do a full review of all of the evidence to ensure that there is enough evidence to support a potential breach of one or more Rules. Once the Compliance team have prepared the necessary paperwork, charges are then sent out.
An independent Disciplinary Officer is involved throughout the investigative and compliance process to ensure that the BHA do not act outside of the remit of their jurisdiction, or unfairly when pursuing potential charges.
Once charges have been issued, a date is set for the case to come before the Disciplinary Panel. Anybody wishing to appeal a decision from the racecourse must submit written grounds within seven days, or 48 hours if the suspension of a jockey is involved. As with any other person appearing before the Disciplinary Panel, the appellant has the right to be legally represented. If the Stewards on the day do not feel that they are able to deal with an incident, or that it is outside the remit of the powers afforded to them by the Rules, they will refer to the case to be heard in front of a Disciplinary Panel at the BHA London Office.
A Stewards Enquiry is held as necessary after a race, at the racecourse. It takes place during the intervals between the races and usually does not last longer than the interval allows. It may be re-convened after the next race has taken place but does not last longer than a given race day. A Stewards Enquiry will concern incidents that have happened on a racecourse on a raceday, whereas a Disciplinary Panel Hearing could concern any breach of the Rules of Racing. A Disciplinary Panel Hearing will usually come before the Disciplinary Panel after a referral from the Stewards Enquiry, an appeal of the Stewards Enquiry decision, or an investigation has been conducted by the Integrity team.
A Stewards Enquiry is an enquiry held at the racecourse on a race day after any given race. As well as asking questions, the Panel have available to them at least four camera angles of the race so they are able to watch it back. However, BHA would never do anything that would compromise the identity of a source, and emails to the intelligence email address can only be accessed by the dedicated intelligence team.
You can do this by e-mailing the designated intelligence e-mail address intel britishhorseracing. The information is securely passed to the Integrity Department of BHA, this department has the powers to investigate any wrongdoing in the sport of horseracing. This information will be kept confidential and secure at all times. The Integrity Department will thoroughly research the information that is given in order to act accordingly. It may take some time for BHA to act on this information, for example, it may form part of a larger investigation.
RaceStraight wants your information and not your name. You will be asked questions about the information you are giving — but you will not be asked your name, address, or anything that may identify you. The call operators are not allowed to let the BHA know anything about you which may reveal your identity, e.
RaceStraight want to work with the Industry in helping to keep it clean. To do that they need as much information as possible from you in order to pass useful data onto the Integrity Department. This means that the call operator will ask you questions about what you know. This helps check that your information can be acted upon by the Integrity team — the more detail that is provided, the more likely action will be taken.
Never put yourself at risk, or abuse a position of trust, to discover information about wrongdoing. RaceStraight is a reporting line, aimed at encouraging both members of the public and the racing industry to come forward with information about any wrong doing in the sport of horseracing. There are two ways of contacting RaceStraight. You can either call the Freephone number with information about potential breaches of the Rules of Racing at any time of any day, or complete the online anonymous reporting form.
The service is completely anonymous, whether you call or use the online form. If information is available through one of these channels it is no longer classed as Inside Information and can be spoken about freely. Inside information is where people who have close connections with a horse know how likely it is that the horse is going to run in a certain race, and if it does, how well it is likely to run.
It is information that is known by those who work closely with the horse such as an Owner, Trainer, Rider, Stable Employee or their Service Providers. Service providers are people like vets, farriers and feedmen that have provided services to do with the horse. Inside Information is part of the sport. And everyone in the industry has some form of it.
You just need to be careful not to misuse it, for example, where the information is passed to others for their use in placing lay bets. The information that a service provider may be privy to will only be valid for a period of 21 days or until such times as the information is put into the public domain.
Inside Information is information about the likely participation or the likely performance of a horse in a race which is known by an Owner, Trainer, Rider, Stable Employee or their Service Providers as a result of acting as such, and is not information in the public domain.
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That deal involves providing additional monitoring of betting trends on Irish racing. It is understood examination of the betting trends in this particular race will take some time to complete and include an international dimension. Narynkol finished fourth, after which the horse was suspended from racing for 50 days, Glynn banned for 12 days and Hogan fined under Rule which relates to horses failing to obtain their best possible position. Glynn is also appealing his penalty.
He stated that the whip getting caught caused him to lose his rhythm, he became unbalanced and added that it was too late when he tried to make a challenge. Monday — Sunday, February 8th — 14th. IHRB investigation into controversial Dundalk race remains ongoing Process will include examination of international betting trends from March race Mon, Jun 29, , Brian O'Connor. Dundalk racecourse in Co Louth. Other Sports. Express PCR testing for Covid is now available for travel and private clients.
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