Racing uncertainty

Last Wednesday, Ballydoyle Racing Stables made its final legal arguments against a move to impose what it views as unworkable requirements for breaks and holidays for its stableyard staff

3rd September, 2017


Appearance:800 acres of rolling bespoke gallops in Co Tipperary, traversed by fine specimens of horseflesh going through their paces on good turf

Newsworthiness: the training arm of Coolmore stud, the world-famous multibillion-euro bloodstock empire, Ballydoyle is fighting a compliance notice from the Workplace Relations Commission regarding working hours for its staff

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