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Watchdog: ‘Fatal and embarrassing’ for horse-racing industry

Horse racing has long been an international sport, and the equestrians who compete in the sport have always been viewed with suspicion.

But a new report by a watchdog group suggests the industry is suffering from a lack of oversight and that the sport’s image is being damaged by a lack and corruption in its governing bodies.

The Equine Research Council, an organization that advocates for animal welfare and standards in equine-related industries, released its annual report Tuesday.

The group examined equine safety and welfare in both professional and amateur racing, with an eye to the industry’s growth in the U.S. and abroad.

The report said the industry had an image problem and that some equine fans have questioned the motives of some of the sports governing bodies and have even started to challenge the integrity of the equine world, particularly the U,S.

equestrials governing bodies, as well as the UGC (United Grand Prix).

The report also identified a variety of issues with the U and the UFAC (United States Grand Prix), which is responsible for governing the UGP.

“It’s really hard to say who’s really at fault,” said the group’s founder and executive director, David G. Smith.

“They have been accused of being corrupt and for not keeping horses safe.

The other horse-race organizations are also very corrupt, and we don’t know who is telling the truth about the U in particular.”

The U is run by the UPA (United State Professional Racing Association), which I think is very bad for equine welfare and has been accused in the past of being a corrupt organization.

The UPA is run for the purpose of keeping horses healthy, and not to do any good for the sport.

“The report found that in 2017, horse racing in the United States had more than 50,000 horse accidents, with about 5,000 deaths and another 5,500 serious injuries.

It also found that there were 776 deaths and 696 serious injuries from horse-related incidents during that year.”

When you have that many horse deaths and serious injuries, that is just not a good place to be,” said Smith.”

I think that is a huge concern for the industry,” he added.”

In terms of equine education and safety, I think that’s one of the biggest issues that has been neglected.””

He pointed to a 2012 incident in which two horse trainers were shot by a racetrack employee, killing the employee and injuring three others. “

We all know that horse-rider safety is very much in the eye of the beholder, and it is often hard to see where you are standing in relation to others.”

He pointed to a 2012 incident in which two horse trainers were shot by a racetrack employee, killing the employee and injuring three others.

He also pointed to another incident in 2016, in which a horse-owner was killed when his horse collided with another horse while he was on his horse-bond with a customer.

“We are not safe, we are not healthy, we’re not trained to compete at the highest level,” Smith said.

The group also found problems with the safety of equines in a number of other sports.

“There is a significant risk of horse-to-horse collisions that occur at track events and race tracks, with injuries to horses and riders,” it said.

“It is also an issue that concerns the racing industry because the race track owner and his staff are often responsible for the safety and care of the horses.”

This includes ensuring that horses are properly conditioned for racing, and that horse safety is being promoted as an industry value,” the report said.”

The UFACA, a governing body for equines, has a reputation for being lax in its oversight. “

These owners often use poor horse-training techniques and/or equipment that puts horses at risk for injury and/ or death.”

The UFACA, a governing body for equines, has a reputation for being lax in its oversight.

The organization, for instance, was found to be in the dark about the number of horse deaths that occurred in the 2014 death of U.K. race track worker James P. Taylor.

The organization’s chief safety officer, Jim Peddie, told the Associated Press in 2015 that the agency “is not involved in horse racing.”

“We don’t oversee the safety activities of other horse breeders, so I can’t comment on their work,” Peddine told the AP.

But Smith said that, when it comes to equine life, the U has “no accountability at all.”

“I would say the U is in the middle of a major, major safety crisis, and I don’t think there is much oversight,” he said.