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Gambling Syndicate Responsible for UK Racehorse Deaths - A Cover-up

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posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 03:36 PM
Do you think the BHB Jockey Club are going to highlight corruption in THIS WEIRD EVENT?

In 1988 at Royal Ascot...ILE DE CHYPRE was six lengths clear in the final furlong
and swerved dramatically and lost the race. There is common knowledge inside the
racing fraternity, that this horse had a 'stun gun' aimed at her around the furlong marker,
yet we cant see the footage anymore.

I`m sure that some illicit - uneducated and amateur betting crew
were trying to win on betfair betdaq laying odds by unfair means.

It appears that some low grade duo, were using unwired tasers
or some electrical pulse gadget to attempt to pull off a low grade
betting scam. It would be interesting to see high quality footage
of the people in the paddock crowd area at Newbury today and
see if any 'youthful' oriental figures were in the vicinity.

An hour and a half later on UK ch4 racing, John Francome ..
ex champion national hunt jockey and commentator was
stating that the incident was possibly caused . in which a size and length vulnerable to electric charges
and not humans? I believe UK racing is protecting its lucrative industry.

They will not portray Horse Racing as vulnerable to corruption.
The gambling industry is too powerful and we will see a whitewash.

edit on 12-2-2011 by deprogrammer because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 03:40 PM
Who knows, but my guess would be non lethel weapons. But like i said earlier, non lethel is not a correct term, it just means low death rat in use of the weapon.

One thing is for sure is the jockey club know about these weapons, and they keep this info secret and for obvious reasons, as horse racing has enough dodgy characters already.

But for me there must of been plenty of these weapons used on this sport, and how can you tell, a horse cannot tell you what happened to it. But sometimes non lethel weapons do kill, like in how they kill humans in a certain percentage of cases.

posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 03:47 PM
reply to post by andy1033

I know for sure... the scams within Horse racing - Read any book by an
ex-jockey racing person ..and its full of great scams and rogue profitable events

We have an amateur 'gung-ho' duo at Newbury that was supposed to 'nobble' a
pair of horses and it was a complete exposed disaster on a major TV race Meeting.


posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 04:15 PM
reply to post by andy1033

The British Horseracing Board will bury this incident. It means that every horse is vulnerable to meeting
faulty underground cables, yet does this happen? On 20th April 2009, at Palm Springs...21 polo ponies
died and it was blamed on toxins? This should be looked into by the great brains on ATS

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