28. The British Horseracing Authority.

The day-to-day control of horse racing in the United Kingdom is in the hands of the British Horseracing Authority ('the BHA'), which was formed on 31 July 2007 after the merger of the British Horseracing Board and the Horseracing Regulatory Authority1. It is a company limited by guarantee2. The interests of 'licensed personnel' (meaning trainers, jockeys and stable staff), racehorse owners, racecourse owners and thoroughbred breeders are required by the BHA's articles of association to be represented in the BHA's membership