International Federation of Horseracing Authorities (IFHA)
Fédération internationale des autorités hippiques de courses au galop
Founded 1993, following coordination of horse racing activities by relevant authorities in France, Ireland, UK and USA which began in 1961 and institution by these authorities of the annual conference held in Paris (France) from 1967.
Promote horse racing and breeding, and the integrity and prestige thereof, throughout the world; foster and develop exchanges between various racing authorities without discrimination; make recommendations to competent authorities for improvements in laws and regulations; promulgate the International Agreement on Breeding, Racing and Wagering.
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General Assembly; Executive Council; Steering Committee on Wagering; Advisory Council on Prohibited Substances. Committees (5): International Movement of Horses; International Grading and Race Planning Advisory; Technical Advisory; International Classification; International Stud Book.
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