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The results of the latest study indicate that Australian racing authorities are not meeting their obligations regarding this International Agreement. The effectiveness of the whip in these situations is highly questionable anyway. Rather, a responsible regulator should tackle the complexities of the issue head on and make tough decisions backed with sound empirical evidence.
Despite the tougher stewards' scrutiny, and all the patrol films and videos, jockeys still attempt to get away with the 'hook' and probably they succeed a lot of times. A good jockey will not make it too obvious; he'll do it just enough for the horse to miss the kick by a length or so, enough for it to be squeezed out of a prominent position early.
Double Edge. From The Press.
Lee Freedman landed a winning double at Sandown on Wednesday which gave him three winners from his last three runners on Melbourne tracks. Published by: This study shows the ARB cannot adequately police the rules that are in place and the next step is to end the use of whips as performance aids all together.
Researchers found that standing fracture repair avoided general anesthesia risks Photo: Today, there are so many races, so many horses, that goodness knows what is going on especially on country tracks, and more especially those not covered by TAB. Help animals like Lambert.