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  1. Government backs BHA in debate

    The Government has rejected calls for a new independent body to take over the regulation of racehorse welfare.

  2. Eight extra fixtures announced

    The ROA has backed eight additional fixtures being staged after a spate of eliminations in recent weeks.

  3. Jumps set for colour change

    Hurdles and fences on British racecourses could be set for a colour change, following extensive research by the University of Exeter.

  4. Ownership strategy so important

    ROA President Nicholas Cooper says the development of an ownership strategy for the sport is crucial.

  5. More incentives for classy mares

    Jump racing's drive to attract quality fillies and mares to enjoy long racing careers are behind changes to some top-quality races.

  6. Racecourse investments on track

    Racecourses are investing in their tracks with owners seeing improvements in facilities for them.

  7. TBA warns over breeding industry

    The Thoroughbred Breeders' Association has issued a dire warning over the state of the British breeding industry.

  8. BHA interim chair appointed

    BHA board member Atholl Duncan is to step up to the position of interim chair when Steve Harman leaves the organisation.

  9. BHA in drug alert

    The BHA have made trainers and vets aware of an international issue regarding products which contain altrenogest.

  10. Owners Experience finalists revealed

    Five racecourses have been shortlisted for the 2018 Showcase & Awards to be held at Aintree in November.

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