“I’ll make mistakes but my heart is in the right place. "
You might find other people you work with have no heart at all.
“This sport really deserves to push on and, I know it’s an age-old observation, but if we can just find a way to come together we can do so much. That’s how I’m feeling about it a hundred days in. “ You won’t be able to do that if your hell bent at “looking under the bonnet” for your answers. All you will be doing is frightening the horses to death, and maybe some of the riders along with them. You need to get a good insurance policy out. You are in the government’s hot murder seat.
"The fixture list is so important that the concern, I suspect, of the racecourse groups is that the government may act on its own approach to things without reference to its members, " Rust adds.
"There is no way we could proceed on that basis but there does need to be a separation between policy and implementation. "
In What Zone?
Taking a lead from other sport eg football players pay. Top professional horseracing handler, rider, work riders, jockeys need to be right up there at the top financial level beyond even footballers pay.
Racing Right: (Equus Zone) Embracing all those who have achieved true bloodhorse literacy in their own right, to include true wage for skills achieved to apply financially on all racecourses as well.
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