Animal Aid's Race Horse Death Watch was launched during the 2007 Cheltenham Festival. Its purpose is to expose and record every on-course thoroughbred fatality in Britain. more...
Since the inception of Race Horse Death Watch in March 2007, Animal Aid has periodically produced special reports detailing the scale of on-course deaths, the most lethal race courses, the nature of injuries suffered, and the relative dangers posed by National Hunt, Flat and All Weather racing.
The first year: March 2007 - March 2008: download report (pdf)
The second year: March 2008 - March 2009: download report (pdf)
Three year analysis: March 2007 - March 2010: view report
The fourth year: March 2010 - April 2011: view report
2012: download report (pdf)
Cheltenham Racecourse analysis (2007-2013): download report (pdf)
2014: download report (pdf)
2017: view report
2018: view report
2019: view report
For horses killed racing in Ireland see: Race Horse Death Watch Ireland
*since the start of Race Horse Death Watch, 13th March 2007