The BHA have updated Detection Time for omeprazole it being reduced from 72 hours to 48 hours.Continue reading
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) on 11th F
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA)’s response to the equine influenza situation remains ongoing, in conjunction with the Animal Health Trust (AHT), National Trainers Federation (NTF), numerous individual trainers and the wider racing industry.Continue reading
As a result of the diagnosis of several Flu outbreaks in Europe, the Stewards of France Galop have decided the following restrictions which will apply with immediate effect and until further notice :Continue reading
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA), with unanimous support of the BHA’s industry veterinary committee, has taken the decision to cancel racing at all British racecourses on Thursday 7 February 2019. This is following the BHA being informed this evening by the Animal Health Trust of three confirmed Equine Influenza positives from vaccinated horses in an active racing yard.Continue reading
Following the Equine Influenza Alert on 18 January 2019, the BHA has discussed the recent outbreaks in Europe with the Animal Health Trust, and veterinary advisors from stakeholder groups including the National Trainers Federation and the Racehorse Owners Association.Continue reading
The BHA would like to make trainers and other industry participants aware of several outbreaks of Equine Influenza in France, Belgium
The BHA have published updated Drug Detection Times as of 28th November 2018 in light of new published drug detection times.
The document is available in the Downloads section of the Members area.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) would like to advise the Responsible Person (i.e. trainers, owners, breeders) and their veterinary surgeons of a new Detection Time for cetirizine and hydroxyzine. The Detection Time will be effective from 01 December 2018.
The notice is available in the Downloads section of the Members area.