Guardian prints the case against horse racing

Posted on the 29th November 2007

The argument against horse racing is attracting increasing media coverage. Even racing correspondents are finding it impossible to resist commenting on evidence of the death, injury and exploitation that are integral to the industry. Animal Aid is at the forefront of exposing what the industry tried to keep hidden. The Guardian today publishes a hard hitting feature from Animal Aid Director, Andrew Tyler.

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