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British Horseracing Authority (BHA) are the single governing and regulatory body for British Horseracing. They are responsible for governance, administration and regulation of horseracing and the wider horseracing industry.
The BHA lead on the development and growth of racing, prioritising the health and welfare of its participants. They aim to maintain the integrity of British racing, secure long-term sustainable funding for the sport and lead on equine health and welfare.
Their values include: integrity - to do the right thing to uphold its reputation for fairness; accountable - to take personal responsibility for its actions; credible - to be open and honest about what it does; responsive - to stay in tune with the sport’s diverse stakeholders; and progressive - to promote a forward-thinking and collaborative culture.
The organisation is based in London and is led by Chief Executive Nick Rust, who has more than 27 years’ experience in the betting and gaming industry.
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50% of employees with more than 5 years' service
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