The whole sport will have to accept the need for continued effort and improvement in this area if MPs are to be satisfied
The name of the British Horseracing Authority was being bandied about a lot in a committee room of the House of Commons last night as MPs discussed welfare in horse racing. But behind the question of how well the BHA is doing its job, the more important message for racing to absorb is that law-makers are very keenly interested in the welfare record of the sport itself, regardless of who happens to be the regulator at any given moment.
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