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'Tougher' rules on racing whips

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Jockeys who break strict new rules about the use of their whips during races are to be more severely punished.

Prof Tim Morris from the British Horseracing Authority explains the new regulations. And the BBC's Cornelius Lysaght considers the impact on the sport.


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