The British Horseracing Conference took place today at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster. British Horseracing Authority Chief Executive Nic Coward, Chairman Paul Roy and Rod Street, Chief Executive of Racing Enterprises, all made speeches.
Television presenter Jeremy Kyle was on hand to interview Paul Barber, joint-owner of Denman, and Clive Smith, owner of Kauto Star, before their horses go head-to-head in the totesport Gold Cup at Cheltenham on March 19th.
An audience of 300 were in attendance, including representatives from across the sport.
Notes to Editors
- A full copy of these speeches can be found at the new Online Press Centre – https://www.britishhorseracing.presscentre.com/
- Footage from the Conference will be available on britishhorseracing.com from Wednesday.
- For more information on Racing For Change, please visit www.racingforchange.co.uk