Public documents relevant to the EMHF; submissions to the European Commission and other policy statements.
EMHF SUPPORTS EHSLC ON ANTIMICROBIAL USE
EMHF SUBMISSION ON ANIMAL TRANSPORT COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY
EMHF SUBMISSION ON ANIMAL HEALTH LAW: BORDER CONTROLS
EMHF lends support to the position of the European Horserace Scientific Liaison Committee in rejecting calls for the use of antimicrobial medicines for animals to be banned.
Submission, supported by EEF, ETF and EASBC, in response to the draft report of the European Parliament's Committee of Inquiry on the Protection of Animals During Transport (ANIT)
Submission, jointly with EFTBA, EASBC, ETF and ATA, in response to draft implementing regulation on border controls (part of Animal Health Law).
EMHF SUBMISSION ON ANIMAL HEALTH LAW: ENTRY INTO EU
EMHF SUPPORTS MACOLIN CONVENTION
Submission, jointly with EFTBA,EASBC and ETF, in response to draft delegated regulation on entry into EU of horses (part of Animal Health Law).
Statement, June 2019, in support of the Council of Europe Convention on the Manipulation of Sports Competitions ('Macolin Convention').
EMHF-SUPPORTED STATEMENT ON
Statement, (May 2016) supporting EPMA and UET in objecting to imposition of VAT at 21% on betting in Belgium.
EMHF STATEMENT ON FRENCH LEVY DECISION
July 2013 statement (in English and German) on the European Commission’s decision on a Levy for Online Betting on French Horseracing
EMHF RESPONSE ON
DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET
EMHF SUBMISSION ON RACEHORSE WELFARE
Response (July 2015) to publication of the European Commission strategy for the Single Digital Market.
Submission (December 2014) to
the European Commission on the measures taken within European horseracing in the interests of racehorse health and welfare.
HORSEMEAT SCANDAL & IMPLICATIONS FOR RACEHORSE PASSPORTS
Exchange of correspondence between EMSBLC and European Commission on implications of the latter's Five Point Action Plan
ONLINE GAMBLING IN THE INTERNAL MARKET
This European Commission Green paper was published on 24.03.2011. Consultation closed in December 2011. Commissioner Michel Barnier announced an Action Plan on online gambling for Summer 2012.