Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust

£2.3 Million To Be Invested Into Equine Disease Surveillance And Other Initiatives By HBLB

A total of £2.3 million will be invested on disease surveillance, veterinary science and education programming by the Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) beginning in 2024. In addition to the ongoing Infectious Disease Surveillance Programme, the new activity will include: six major research projects four small research projects one research scholarship. All of the work will be managed by the HBLB's Veterinary Advisory Committee (VAC). Making contributions alongside the HBLB are the British European Breeders' Fund (BEBF), the Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust, The Racing Foundation and the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association...

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Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust And Racing To School Renew Partnership

Racing to School and the Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust have renewed their partnership for an additional two years that will allow the latter to continue assisting young people in hard-to-reach areas, the duo announced on Wednesday. Already in its third year, the partnership has assisted over 600 young people from rural, inner city and deprived areas in 2023. The aim is to expose more young people to free, interactive, and healthy outdoor educational events for schools, staged at a variety of racing venues through the Racing to School experience. John...

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2023 The National Stud Class Graduates

The Diploma and Entry To Stud Employment classes of 2023 graduated on Wednesday, July 5, The National Stud announced on Thursday. Hosted at TNS Duke Of Roxburghe stallion unit, the ceremony was attended by graduates, their family members, staff, lecturers and National Stud Board members. The Tim Dunlop Memorial Award for Top Student went to Joseph Straker, who will join Clear Water Stud for the sales season. Sam Malone was awarded the Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust's annual bursary, and he will travel with Time Test (GB) to New Zealand and...

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