Dear Sir George
J. Margaret Clarke
You cannot allow the pending sale of the Tote to go through.
The Tote belongs by right to all the true horsemen over the
centuries who have made horseracing what it is today,
for free, for peanuts.
The Tote belongs to British horseracing and needs now as
a matter of urgency to take up its true role to fully finance
this sport, to ensure that all those who work each day at
the dangerous sharp end to include the horses and their
owners, are properly recognised for the huge part they play
daily, to allow the public to enjoy a day out at the races.
British horseracing has a huge untapped potential still not
recognised. If the Tote is sold to the highest bidder now it
will be a huge smack in the face to all those who have truly
achieved bloodhorse literacy, and a fatal mistake for government.
Kind regards Margaret
for and on behalf of Turfcall