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Imagine a world where there was a retirement plan for all racehorses - and the whip, jumps racing and 2-year-old racing are banned. That’s the world we're fighting for. Join us.
PO Box 163 South Melbourne, Australia, 3205 To lobby for a retirement plan for racehorses so that no horse is slaughtered To bring an end to jumps racing To see the end of the whip in horse racing To phase out two-year-old-racing
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119 racehorses killed this year.
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Whipping horses repeatedly inflicts physical and psychological pain and increases the likelihood of injury.
When horses are no longer financially viable a significant number are sent to the knackery to be killed.
Read our proposal to Racing Australia calling for 1% of all betting turnover to establish a retirement plan.
Horses are not skeletally mature until five years of age.
Subsequently, a significant number sustain injuries in their first year of racing and do not return.
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