Q&A: Racing Post editor Tom Kerr on racing’s return and the financial impact of the pandemic

Comparing this crisis to foot-and-mouth of 2001 is “like comparing a schoolyard scrap to World War Two”, Kerr insists   

Seventy-six days. That’s how long racing in Britain has been suspended by the British Horseracing Authority, depriving the industry of almost 300 fixtures and leaving bettors to settle with action from far-flung parts of the world like Hong Kong, Australia, the US and, more recently, France. Today, however, the Sport of Kings makes its long-awaited…

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