Tag: 'BHA'

BHA trying to identify strain of EI

Plans are already in place to salvage races lost to the shutdown in Britain caused by equine influenza as authorities try to identify the strain.

British teams competition announced

Championship Horse Racing is proposing a series of team races to take place across eight racecourses in Britain and Ireland.
UK horse racing integrity

British Horseracing Authority launches second integrity survey

The British Horse Racing Authority (BHA) has today confirmed details of the second annual integrity survey which will measure any change in perception and confidence...

BHA to overhaul race day stewarding

The British Horseracing Authority will strengthen its race day strewarding to help "mitigate and manage the risks posed by contemporary integrity threats."
Dominic Gardiner-Hill BHA head of Handicapping

Dominic Gardiner-Hill named new BHA Head of Handicapping

The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) is pleased to announce that Dominic Gardiner-Hill has been appointed as the governing body’s new head of handicapping. Dominic, 53,...
Jamie Stier leaving BHA

Start date set for RV’s ex-BHA head of integrity .. May 1st 2018

Racing Victoria has announced a start date for Jamie Stier to begin his role as executive general manager of integrity services.

BHA to conduct full review of UK equine anti-doping rules

The British Horseracing Authority has announced a full review of anti-doping rules.

Santa Claus in hot water with stewards

Santa Claus has found himself on the wrong side of BHA stewards after an unauthorised visit to Lingfield races.
Hughie Morrison

Hughie Morrison waits for BHA decision

A British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel will determine trainer Hughie Morrison's fate after a hearing into a drug positive in one of his horses.
Jamie Stier leaving BHA

British Horse Authority Chief Jamie Stier to take up Australian role

Jamie Stier is to leave his position as chief regulatory officer at the British Horseracing Authority to take up a role in his native Australia.