Newmarket horses trained by Simon Crisford test positive for equine flu

Newmarket horses trained by Simon Crisford test positive for equine flu

Newmarket horses trained by Simon Crisford test positive for equine flu

Six horses trained by McCain returned positive tests last week, with a further four at Simon Crisford's Newmarket stable also found to be suffering with the illness on Sunday, but Rust says it is now safe to resume.

Dunshea said: "After analysis of thousands of samples, and no further positive tests on Monday, we still only have two confirmed sites of infection".

Wednesday's announcement said the decision to resume racing was made with the unanimous support of the industry veterinary committee following more testing by the Animal Health Trust.

The decision was taken to suspend racing after three cases of horse flu were confirmed at a stable in Cheshire last Wednesday. Articles appear on for a limited time.

The British Horseracing Authority was yesterday deliberating on a resumption in the United Kingdom and tweeted late last night: 'This evening's veterinary committee meeting has been extensive in order to ensure that a thorough risk assessment has been carried out.

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"What we are comfortably satisfied with is that we have got sufficient measures in place to understand what has happened with the disease and how to contain and control it".

But after a period of extensive testing and after seeking the advice of a series of veterinary experts, the BHA gave the go-ahead for a resumption late last night - but with strict biosecurity controls in place.

The British Horseracing Association (BHA) said on Monday that a "controlled, risk-managed" return would be permitted following a six-day hiatus.

"This risk has been assessed and, based on the evidence - and ensuring biosecurity measures are in place - the level of risk is viewed as acceptable", he added.

The news means fixtures will take place over jumps tomorrow at Musselburgh and Plumpton, and on the Flat at Kempton and Southwell, while there will also be Irish racing at Fairyhouse.

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All racing has been off since Thursday while the BHA tests horses nationwide.

The BHA's statement Monday evening revealed that individual trainers' yards will be categorized according to the level of risk they have been exposed to, and the ability of runners to return to racing from those yards will depend on the risk categories the yards are placed in.

There are 121 entries for Fontwell's six races ahead of Wednesday's final declarations.

Equine influenza produces symptoms similar to the human flu, including a cough and high temperature.

"What was interesting was that David Sykes, who is the chief vet here, and his line was the although equine flu wouldn't be as unsafe to horses as say, for example herpes or strangles, it's contagious nature meant it was like a bushfire".

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