New Flu Quarantine Allows Japanese Horses to Compete in Hong Kong

From the Hong Kong Jockey Club

Quarantine protocols will be enacted to enable Japanese horses to compete in the 2007 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Races.

Extensive negotiations between the Hong Kong Jockey Club; the Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries, and Conservation Department; the Japan Racing Association; and Japanese Ministry of Agriculture,

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