• Petitioning Limerick Racecourse

This petition will be delivered to:

Limerick Racecourse
Hare coursing sponsor
JP McManus

Stop hosting cruel hare coursing

    1. Irish Council Against Blood Sports ICABS
    2. Petition by

      Irish Council Against Blood Sports ICABS

      Ireland, Ireland

Scenes of appalling cruelty to animals have been filmed by the Irish Council Against Blood Sports at hare coursing venue, Limerick Racecourse. We witnessed hares being battered into the ground by muzzled greyhounds at the JP McManus-sponsored meeting. One hare could be heard crying out in pain before it was carried away and thrown into a box. Join us in asking Limerick Racecourse to stop hosting this disgusting activity which a majority of Irish people want outlawed and which is already illegal in the neighbouring jurisdictions of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.


Phone a complaint in to Limerick Raceourse
Telephone: +353 61 320000

Email a complaint to Limerick Racecourse
info@limerickraces.ie

Leave a comment on the Limerick Racecourse Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/limerickraces

Complain to Limerick Racecourse via Twitter
@LimerickRaces

Thank you.

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    • Kim Overington LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 1 month ago

      Barbarism!

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    • Malcolm Day SOLIHULL, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 1 month ago

      It's cruel, not a sport and hares are not a common occurrence.

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    • Bernie Fleming WATERFORD, IRELAND
      • about 1 month ago

      This is not sport. It is horrific and cruel and must not be allowed to continue. What kind of people can go and watch this?

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    • Christina Litschauer BADEN, AUSTRIA
      • about 1 month ago

      u won t be able to do such barbaric stuff in a civilized country

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    • susan doran LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 3 months ago

      Very cruel.

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