British Horseracing Authority introduce new fines for breaches of Covid-19 protocols 
British Horseracing Authority introduce new fines starting at £140 for breaches of Covid-19 protocols including failure to wear a maskBHA have increased penalties for offences […]


British Horseracing Authority introduce new fines starting at £140 for breaches of Covid-19 protocols including failure to wear a maskBHA have increased penalties for offences involving breaching Covid-19 rules Penalties will be issued for breaching social distancing and not wearing masks Fines will start at £140 for first offence with referral to BHA for a fourth offence By Marcus Townend for the Daily Mail Published: 17:30 EST, 12 February 2021 | Updated: 18:08 EST, 12 February 2021 The BHA have beefed up penalties for offences like breaching social distancing rules, not wearing a mask and straying into the wrong zones on racecourses — a move that underlines that the end of Covid-19 protocols for racing are nowhere near in sight. After the agreement of the Racing Industry Covid Group, racecourse officials will be able to issue fines for repeated protocol breaches.Fines will start at £140 for a first offence, rising to referral to the BHA for a fourth offence.  The BHA have beefed up penalties for not obeying Covid-19 protocols such as wearing a mask There will be increased fines for breaching social distancing rules and straying into the wrong zones on racecoursesUnder current rules, protocol breaches are dealt with via caution on the day or, for more serious infringements, immediate exclusion from the racecourse for a minimum of 10 days, pending further investigation.Racing and its Covid-19 protocols will be under keen scrutiny at the forthcoming big spring festivals at Cheltenham and Aintree. Fines will start at £140 for a first offence, rising to referral to the BHA for a fourth offenceMeanwhile, the all-weather Flat meetings at Lingfield and Wolverhampton are the only survivors of the icy blasts in Britain on Saturday — and the former will have to survive an 8am inspection. The fixture casualties even included Friday night’s and Saturday afternoon’s scheduled fixture on the all-weather at Chelmsford because of snow on the track.Saturday's scheduled meeting at Warwick, which includes Dan Skelton’s Allmankind in the Kingmaker Novices’ Chase, will now be run on Monday. Saturday's scheduled Newbury meeting, which would have featured Champ in the Denman Chase and Altior in the Game Spirit Chase, will be run a week on Sunday on February 21. Advertisement Share or comment on this article: .
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