A Night at the Races: Anatomy of a Horserace

6:30pm - 8:30pm / Wednesday 27th March 2019
Type: Lecture / Category: Department
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"The Business of Racing: Where is Racing Now and Where Is It Going?" & "Perceptions, Perceptions, Perceptions: How is Racing Viewed by Different Groups?"

Horseraces take place most days of the year in Britain—they can serve as a forum to facilitate betting or as a good excuse for a day out. For some, racing is about the beauty of elite athletic competition, though others might just see abuse of vulnerable animals. The health of the horseracing industry sits alongside concerns for animal welfare, and the ethical challenges of these issues are priorities currently facing the sport. Enrol on Anatomy of a Horserace