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Archie Watson Runners Out for Two Weeks Following Disease Positive

Archie Watson Runners Out for Two Weeks Following Disease Positive


Archie Watson | Tattersalls

Trainer Archie Watson’s runners will not compete at racecourses for at least two weeks after a horse was found to be positive for Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) antibodies before an intended trip to France.
Watson withdrew a trio of UK runners from races on Saturday and another runner from Southwell on Sunday. Horses infected with the virus are typically asymptomatic, but can display a fever, and conjunctivitis among other symptoms.
“We recently had a horse undergo routine testing for transit to France as part of the new export testing protocols,” Watson said in a statement released on Sunday. “One of these tests revealed the presence of antibodies to EVA (Equine Viral Arteritis). As a result, the relevant bodies, including the BHA, were contacted immediately and we have been taking advice from them.

“The yard is attended daily by our veterinary team and at no point have there been any clinical signs of the disease. Whilst we continue to investigate, the most sensible course of action to safeguard the British racing industry was to stop the movement of horses from my yards as further testing takes place over the next two weeks.
“I would like to thank my staff, veterinarians, and James Given at the BHA for their professionalism and efficiency in managing the situation, and my owners for their understanding and continued support.”

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This story was posted in Europe, Shared News Europe, Top News Europe and tagged Archie Watson, BHA, Equine Viral Arteritis, EVA, positive antibody test, withdrawn runners.

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BHA Responds to Hollie Doyle’s Inquiry Concerns

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Hollie Doyle | Scoop Dyga

The British Horseracing Authority has acknowledged jockey Hollie Doyle’s concerns regarding the handling of a recent stewards’ inquiry and expressed their thanks to Doyle on Monday.
During a BHA inquiry last month, Doyle indicated concern over the inquiry process itself. Doyle’s inquiry dealt with improper use of the whip aboard Echo Brava (GB) (Proclamation Ire) at Kempton in January and resulted in a six-day ban. She opted to appeal, in part due to the stewards’ tone when conducting the original inquiry.
“It’s important all parties involved in a stewards’ inquiry have faith in the process and feel that they are given the opportunity to state their views in an objective environment,” said a BHA spokesman. “We are grateful to Hollie for raising the concerns she had following her experience at Kempton.

“Over the past two years the BHA has developed and facilitated training for all stewards across the country on process and procedure–and while the pandemic has had an impact on that, further professional development in this regard is ongoing and planned in 2021.
“We also note the disciplinary panel, in dismissing the appeal against the six-day ban Hollie Doyle received for using her whip in the incorrect place, felt she had been able to make all of the points she hoped to raise in responding to the charge in the original inquiry.”

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