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Animal Cruelty in Horse Racing

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When it comes to animal cruelty, horse racing is a glaring example. A recent investigation by ABC 730 revealed widespread slaughter of racehorses. Uncompetitive animals, which leave the racetrack at the end of their career, are often killed in the “wastage” process. Additionally, there is no life-traceability system in place for racehorses. The ABC 730 investigation also uncovered the mass slaughter of racehorses at the end of their careers.


Horse racing is a controversial industry. Unfortunately, many of the practices involving animal cruelty are not regulated. Some of the practices include tongue ties, which are used to prevent the tongue from over-biting a horse during a race or during intense exercise. Although tongue ties help horses maintain control, they can also cause pain and anxiety to the horses. The ties can also lead to cuts on the tongue and bruising and swelling.

In addition to physical pain, racing can cause other serious health problems. The unnatural stresses of aggressive racing can lead to pulmonary bleeding and gastric ulcers. Horses who race at a moderate level of stress do not experience these problems. Aggressive racing often requires the use of drugs to maintain a horse’s racing value, which does not improve the animals’ well-being.

Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses

The Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses is a new group that has emerged in Australia to combat the cruel treatment of racehorses. It is a collection of six animal protection organisations operating in all six Australian states and territories. The Coalition has made numerous recommendations to improve the welfare of racehorses.

CPR has a huge impact on the racing industry and has brought about positive changes. Prior to the formation of CPR, the racing industry had little or no accountability toward the horses. The Coalition aims to fix the current situation and introduce a uniform standard for medication and veterinary care in the industry.


While horse racing may seem like a harmless sport, the suffering and pain it causes is staggering. It’s not just the race tracks and the jockeys who suffer. Animal aid is pushing for full investigations into on-course Thoroughbred deaths and for the Grand National to be banned.

The RSPCA believes the industry has a responsibility to reduce the number of racehorses bred and to minimise the risk of injuries. They also believe horses should have alternative roles if they retire. They also support the mandatory collection of life-cycle statistics and publicising them, and the development of a national identification system for racehorses.

The RSPCA has admitted to sending some broken down racehorses to abattoirs in New South Wales, a practice that was criticised by the RSPCA. However, the RSPCA claims it sometimes sends animals for commercial slaughter when no other alternative exists.


The horse racing industry has long been associated with animal cruelty. Unfortunately, state regulatory bodies are viewed as insensitive and unwilling to change. Nevertheless, there is a lot that can be done to help the horses. The Coalition for Horse Racing Integrity is one group that is aggressively working towards federal legislation. The organization’s proposed changes will prevent a great deal of suffering for the animals. However, it will not eliminate all of the abuse and neglect that occurs in the horse racing industry.

Many of the horses used in racing are young and underdeveloped. They are often confined in 12-by-12-foot stalls for up to 23 hours a day. As social animals, these conditions are not healthy for the horses. In addition, the average career of a racehorse is only four to seven years long, after which they are “retired” or discarded. Thousands of horses are killed each year in this way.

Equine Protection team

The Equine Protection team is a nonprofit organization that advocates for animal welfare. The organization’s main goal is to protect racehorses. It aims to prevent cruelty to these magnificent creatures by educating the public about the causes and consequences of horse abuse and neglect. The group also runs a sanctuaries for abused equines.

The group also supports laws that protect equines. It is also trying to put an end to horse slaughter and the cruel practice known as soring. These proposals will help stop some of the abuse that occurs in the horse racing industry, but they will not stop all of the cruelty.

The Equine Protection team is working hard to change the racing industry, but it will not be easy. The horse racing industry is huge and is a very lucrative business. There are many other ways to make a living. For example, there is an online platform that allows users to report animal abuse. People can also use a mobile app to report cases. You can report cases of horse racing animal cruelty.