The way the British Horseracing Authority wants their team of stewards to look at a race will bring them a lot closer to punters and they way they scrutinise the action at the track
I enjoyed listening the other day as a new future for racecourse stewarding was mapped out by Brant Dunshea, chief regulatory officer of the British Horseracing Authority. It seems to me that the way he wants his team of stewards, with its increasing proportion of professionals, to look at a race will bring them a lot closer to punters and they way that we look at a race.
“We are empowering our people to scrutinise racing in a different way,” Dunshea said. “The process that we’ll follow will be very different. There will be a more active involvement of our bet-monitoring, form-analyst team.
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