Topic Simple Handicapping Rules for Identifying False and Over Bet Favorites in Horse Races

  • Wed 10th Oct 2018 - 9:43am

    There are many misconceptions regarding the treatment of  Dominador De Loteria Review racehorses in the UK. In actuality, there have been numerous protective measures put in place by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) which monitors the condition of horses and performs investigations and inspections to ensure that each animal is safe, healthy, and receiving the highest level of care from its racehorse trainer, jockey, owner, and others involved in the sport.

    As part of the BHA Rules of Racing, the racehorse trainer is subject to the Animal Welfare Act which serves to protect the horse from circumstances that may result in injury, disease, pain and/or suffering. This includes both the trainer and veterinary surgeon being required to ensure a horse is fit to participate before entering it in a race.

    Everyone involved in the sport stands to benefit when a racehorse is well cared for and thus in better condition to compete, and the racehorse trainer in particular knows well that there is no incentive to run a horse that is sick, weak, or injured, and that taking such a risk would only jeopardize its health and hinder future performance.



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