Landmark thoroughbred welfare report on the right track
RSPCA Australia has welcomed the release of the report of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Welfare Working Group (TAWWG) today, hailing it as a
Landmark study shows that if whips hurt us, they hurt horses
A world-first study published in open-access journal Animals today has shown that horses’ skin has a similar capacity to fee
“Unpopular and unnecessary”: studies show no reason for whips in racing
RSPCA Australia has welcomed a new study that calls into question the use of whips in horse racing, and strengthens the case for whip-free racing.
Proposed whip reform in Australian thoroughbred racing
RSPCA Australia welcomes the announcement that Racing Victoria is seeking national action on whip reform.
RSPCA welcomes Senate support for national horse traceability register
The RSPCA has welcomed the report from the Senate Committee into the feasibility of a national horse traceability register, showing overwhelming support from industry, animal welfare groups
RSPCA urges Agriculture Ministers to put animal welfare top of the agenda
Ahead of tomorrow’s meeting of State, Territory and Federal Agriculture Ministers, the RSPCA is urging Ministers to prioritise major animal welfare concerns, including the plight of over 10
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