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    Yes they were all written to and reminded on the 18th January. The BHA did so because of the concerns that this particular strain of equine flu which was evident elsewhere in Europe could get into the UK horse population.

    Where they can't run it's definitely self-inflicted, but they still moan and complain. The owners have every right to be unhappy at their trainers who are fully responsible to make sure jabs are up to date at all times. Some horses could now miss intended preps and/or won't get marks to get into Festival handicaps.
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    More of Nicky's ineligible this weekend

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    Nicky the '......' having a right old whinge about it too. How ironic!

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    I wonder will bookmakers be refunding anti post bets on these horses, such as Monsieur Le Coq, for the Betfair Hurdle, that were confirmed to run, but now need to be non-runners?
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    Betfair exchange has refunded all of my ante-post bets as far as I can see.
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    My bet is with Ladbrokes anti-post, Simmo. I went in my local shop late last week, they said all bets stand if the race is rescheduled.
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    Skybet refunded mine on Countister too.

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    Irony is that even though there is racing this wknd a lot of horses will be ineligible to run because of this overnight BHA rule. I’m not surprised Henderson is having a moan, he may only be able to run a few horses this weekend because he vaccinated his string in late Sept, early August and many now need boosters to be allowed run again.

    This 4 weeks out from Cheltenham. Horses take these vaccines differently. Some have no reaction but some have a big reaction & will miss up to a week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maruco View Post
    Yes they were all written to and reminded on the 18th January. The BHA did so because of the concerns that this particular strain of equine flu which was evident elsewhere in Europe could get into the UK horse population.

    Where they can't run it's definitely self-inflicted, but they still moan and complain. The owners have every right to be unhappy at their trainers who are fully responsible to make sure jabs are up to date at all times. Some horses could now miss intended preps and/or won't get marks to get into Festival handicaps.
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    Some questions and answers about the situation in Ireland.

    http://www.ihrb.ie/general-press-rel...sked-questions
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    BHA statement Wed afternoon re the declaration process moving forward

    https://www.britishhorseracing.com/p...ation-process/

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    I see now Crisford’s 4 horses that had tested positive for Equine flu Sunday have now since returned negative results!!!


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