Kenilworth Race Course could become quarantine station

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Cape Town - Currently horses exported from the Western Cape are required to serve a three month quarantine period in Mauritius on top of the three weeks already spent in quarantine in Cape Town, before going on to their final destination.

That is why the Western Cape government has investigated possibilities which would allow direct export to countries around the world.

One option considered was the establishment of a lock-down facility in the Western Cape, possibly at the Kenilworth Race Course, which would serve as quarantine, transit and export station.

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