Thursday, 6 March 2014



World-Global banking system
Shadow Banking and Financial Fraud: Massive Asset Inflation, Who Really Benefits? By Matthias Chang. Global Research, June 04, 2013. Future Fast Forward.
British political government system
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British horseracing government
The rights and needs of the racehorses and the people who work with the racehorses every day
remain to be totally ignored through government ignorance.
 How Government have failed the horseracing industry on going over 6 decades

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British police force
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British legal justice system
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British accountancy system
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British Church of England
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British national health service
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British county councils'
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 How Government have failed the farmers on going over 6 decades
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British social services'
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Lee Mottershead
"NEXT week's Cheltenham Festival is to be staged with jockeys under the care of the same racecourse medical team whose treatment of Davy Russell 12 months ago prompted the BHA's then chief medical adviser to report the track's doctors to the General Medical Council.

"The Racing Post can reveal the BHA board last month received a review from independent regulator director and former Metropolitan Police detective Ben Gunn, who according to the BHA, was partly charged with examining  the manner in which Dr Michael Turner passed on the complaint to the GMC, which regulates doctors in Britain.
"In a further twist to an investigation the BHA has viewed from the start as internal, Turner expressed disappointment that racing's governing body - which he claims supported his wish for the GMC to investigate - this week sent an email instructing  its racecourse - based employees to report any future contact they have with him.

"The BHA yesterday admitted it had been aware at the time of Turner referring the Cheltenham medical team to the GMC and conceded it  "did share concerns"  about the circumstances in which Russell was stood down.


"However, it said the email regarding contact to Turner had stemmed from a data protection request made by Turner himself and also confirmed the GMC has no plans to take action against any medical employee of Cheltenham racecourse.


"Turner, who left the BHA in January after more than two decades following a failure to negotiate a temporary extension to a contract he did not wish to renew, continues to be employed by the Lawn Tennis Association and is hoping to launch a national concussion  and head injury centre.


"Speaking to the Racing Post, he said: "After 21 years as chief medical advisor. I am privileged to have so many supportive friends and colleagues in racing and if any of them feel the need to report our banal conversations to Big Brother or the BHA, they will, of course, be struck off my Christmas card list.


"Naked threats of legal action and attempts to undermine my credibility will not cause me a single sleepless night, because the situation that prompted the Ben Gun review will inevitably end up in the public domain and racing folk will then be able to make up their own minds on the course of action taken by the BHA. "


"Members of the Cheltenham medical staff, who continue to be led by Dr Sue Smith, treated Russell for a collapsed lung after the rider, who had suffered a heavy fall the previous day, sought attention on the Thursday morning of last year's festival.


"The racecourse doctors inflated the lung and then permitted Russell to ride, but the Irish champion jockey - who had been due to team up with boss Michael O'Leary's Gigginstown House Stud in that day's Ryanair Chase, Ladbrokes World Hurdle and the following afternoon's Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup - was stood down after only two mounts'


"The BHA yesterday made clear its confidence in the medical provision at Cheltenham, where no official BHA rules or guidelines were broken.

"BHA media manager Robin Mounsey said: "We can confirm that a referral  to the GMC was made by Dr Turner, then chief medical advisor for BHA, in his capacity as a medical advisor for BHA, in his capacity as a medical practitioner.

"The manner in which that referral was made formed part of the internal procedural  review carried out by Ben Gunn.
"On the advise of its chief medical advisor , the BHA did share concerns relating to the circumstances in which Davy Russell was stood down.


"The GMC subsequently carried out its own investigation and found no cause for further action. The BHA is wholly satisfied with the medical services in place at Cheltenham ahead of next week's festival. "

"Russell yesterday stressed his complete satisfaction with the way he had been treated at Cheltenham, where his collapsed lung, known medically as a pneumothorax ,  was said last March to have happened spontaneously.

"He said: "I put my trust in the medical staff on the day,  knowing they would do the best for me.

"I was very happy with the way I was treated. They gave me a fair shot and went through everything that needed to be done.

"They diagnosed me and put a stop to the problem very quickly and from no evidence. Air had wept out of my lung and they had inflated it.


"I was treated 100 per cent by the book medically. They x-rayed me before they inflated the lung and after it was inflated. They told me I could not ride unless everything was clear, but I felt fine going out to ride.

"I was 100 per cent going out for my first and second rides, but I felt as if I was riding in races that were so important for Gigginstown I should take precautionary measures myself. "



Cheltenham racecourse need to have in place to start on Tuesday through to Friday's Cheltenham racing,  a financial reward prize-money incentive to be paid out to the first five presenter, handler, minders of each first five racehorses to be paid out in each and every race on all 4 days.

Ist £10,000

2nd £8,000

3rd £ 6,000

4th £5,000

5th £4,000

Licensed Trainer Team Leaders to receive same:

1st £10,000

2nd £8,000

3rd £6,000

4th £5,000

5th £4,000


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