Irish Daily Mirror|May 1, 2020
BRITISH racing faces a huge problem if it lags behind other nations in its resumption from the coronavirus pandemic, trainer Ralph Beckett claims.
French racing’s ruling body, France Galop, has pencilled a big-money card behind closed doors at Longchamp on May 11 for its return from Covid-19, while Germany’s Deutscher Galopp plans a comeback at Dortmund on Sunday.
And Ralph Beckett, who with colleague Mark Johnston called for British Horseracing Authority CEO Nick Rust (right) to step down in a leaked email to chair Annamarie Phelps, warned that Britain must adopt a similarly pro-active stance – or face the consequences.
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May 1, 2020