THE BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY (BHA) WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE AND ARE THEY FIT TO REGULATE BRITISH HORSERACING IN 2011?
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The British Horseracing Authority, also known simply as the BHA, is the regulatory authority for horseracing in Great Britain.
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It was formed on the 31st July 2007, after the merger of the British Horseracing Board (BHB) and the Horseracing Regulatory Authority (HRA).
It's stated objectives are to: “provide the most compelling and attractive racing in the world; be seen as the world leader in raceday regulation; ensure the highest standards for the sport and participants, on and away from the racecourse; promote the best for the racehorse; and represent and promote the sport and the industry.”
It is a member of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, the headquarters of which are in France.