The census will request information on each horse’s equine identification document (passport) number, microchip number, age, current residence, second career, and more to provide a robust view of the 2023 British retired racehorse population.
The six-month census has been launched in partnership with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), British Racing’s official aftercare charity, funded by the Racing Foundation, and is supported by World Horse Welfare and Weatherbys General Stud Book.
Here is the full story, and here are previous installments in “Horse Nationalism.” And here are the British organizations authorized to issue horse passports. A’la Orwell, someday they will subject humans to this indignity as well!
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