Landmark study shows that if whips hurt us, they hurt horses
A world-first study published in open-access journal Animals today has shown that horses‚Äô skin has a similar capacity to f
‚ÄúUnpopular and unnecessary‚Äù: studies show no reason for whips in racing
RSPCA Australia has welcomed a new study that calls into question the use of whips in horse racing, and strengthens the case for whip-free racing.
Proposed whip reform in Australian thoroughbred racing
RSPCA Australia welcomes the announcement that Racing Victoria is seeking national action on whip reform.
Australian horse racing left in the dust by Californian whip rule progress
RSPCA Australia has joined a growing chorus of voices internationally, supporting positive moves by the Californian horse racing industry to stop horses being hit with whips, and says Austr
RSPCA demands action to end widespread tongue tie use in horse racing
The RSPCA is calling on all Australian horse racing codes to address the widespread use of tongue ties due to the serious and unnecessary animal welfare issues they are inflicting on horses
Love a party, but hate horses being whipped? The RSPCA says you‚Äôre not alone
While racegoers and punters are anticipating the race that stops the nation, the RSPCA has launched its ‚ÄòLove Parties, Hate Whips‚Äô
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