Racing bosses step in after horse is killed during rampage by grooms

Row over a fired worker and UIF explodes as mob armed with sticks and bats breaks into PE racecourse

18 September 2020 - 00:00 By Devon Koen

The National Horseracing Authority has stepped in after a violent protest by grooms at a Port Elizabeth racecourse on Thursday left a horse dead, animal anti-cruelty activists traumatised and an owner claiming he is millions out of pocket. 

The delegation of senior NHA members – including Racing Control executive Arnold Hyde – followed the bloody mayhem at Fairview Racecourse...

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