Posted by Crypto Coins on Sunday, July 31, 2020 02:27:37For many of us, racing horses are a regular part of our lives, whether it’s in the form of a professional race or simply riding our favorite racing horses around our city or country.
However, the racehorse, which we’ve all been familiar with for years, has always been a controversial subject.
In 2017, the controversial racehorse and driver, Paul Di Resta, was banned from the racing industry after he killed a horse in an incident that caused many to question the need for a race and the ethics of racing.
This past weekend, the World Wide Fund for Animal Welfare (WWF) has released its first report on the euthanasia of racehorses, with an eye towards addressing the issues surrounding the controversial event.
The racehorse race in Las Vegas, Nevada was the first to be subject to the report, with the race being the second in the United States to be banned.
The first banned racehorse in the U.S. was the world-famous “Golden Retriever,” which died at the hands of a racehorse owner in 2007.
The report found that the euthanizing of a racing horse in the past three years has not only been on the rise but has increased significantly in the first six months of 2020, from just 0.4 percent of the race year to 6.1 percent.
The number of euthanasia-related incidents was also a high point in the report.
In the six months prior to the ban, euthanasia was the only method of euthanization reported by racehounds, and the total number of fatal incidents was slightly less than a quarter of the total euthanasia events reported for all of 2020.
In the case of Paul DiResta, the driver of the horse that was killed, there was no indication that the horse had exhibited any sign of distress or pain.
DiResta was not licensed to race, and his racehorse had been licensed to him for many years, despite having been euthanized because of other health issues.
However, after the report was released, DiRestas license to race was reinstated, and he was able to race again in 2019.
As of July 31st, Direstas license had been restored, and at least three other drivers have since been euthansized.
The World Wide Fencing Foundation has also received a call from the Humane Society International to take a stance against the death race.
Although the WorldWide Fund for Animals (WWFA) did not include any information about euthanasia, the group does note that it is a controversial issue and that the ban should not be passed lightly.WWF President and CEO Michael Weinstein told CNBC in an interview that the race in Nevada should be reviewed and “we need to look at how to do things differently, especially if we’re talking about a highly sensitive animal.”
He said that he believes it’s important to be aware of the history and the impact of the death-race-related events and that it should be made public, but added that the WWFA has no authority to ban horse racing.
“There’s a lot of work that needs to be done, and we have to get there,” Weinstein said.
“We know we’re not the only ones that are trying to figure out what’s going on.
It’s not just the racing community that is looking at it, it’s the entire industry.”WWF is working with the International Horse Racing Federation (IHF) to address the issue, and they are currently in discussions with the Nevada Racing Commission.WWFF is also working with animal welfare groups and advocacy groups to get the ban on the books, and to get a better understanding of the issues that the racing environment has with euthanasia.
For more information on the event, check out the WWF report.