Horse care unit trying to identify killers of racehorse

The Eastern Cape horse care unit is still trying to identify the people involved in the slaughtering of a racehorse and stabbing of several others at the Fairview course in Port Elizabeth. Vee Moodley, CEO of the National Horseracing Authority, spoke to Jeremy Maggs. Courtesy #DStv403

PORT ELIZABETH - The Eastern Cape horse care unit says it's trying to identify the people involved in the slaughtering of a horse.

Several others were also stabbed during a protest over UIF payments in Port Elizabeth.

READ: Horse killed in UIF protests at Fairview Racecourse

Two of the nine horses attacked with pangas are in critical condition.

Employees at the Fairview Racecourse allegedly went on a stabbing spree on Thursday to vent their anger over the non-payment of UIF money and other labour-related issues.

READ: Several arrested in PE after horse killed in protests​​​​​​​

The horses are undergoing treatment.  

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eNCA