The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has called the bookmakers’ bluff by refusing to announce the fixture list for the 2011 season. In what is racing’s equivalent of taking their ball away, the BHA have decided to react to the continued reluctance of bookmakers and betting exchanges to increase their donations to the horseracing levy, or in the the case of William Hill and Ladbrokes, to actually pay anything into the horseracing levy. Is this the first death knell of UK horseracing? Read more.
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