Hello and welcome to the SBC News 90, here’s today’s top stories:

UK racing stakeholders have been warned to prepare for ‘significant changes’ to equine travel arrangements between the UK and EU, irrespective of whether the government can secure a Free Trade Agreement from the 1st of January 2021.

The government has been urged to clarify the ‘UK’s status as a third country’ and how it will impact the listing of animal health purposes following the end of the transition period, with thoroughbred transporters requiring authorisations to transfer animals across Europe, and EU transporters to operate within the UK.

As the transition period ends, UK racing will require a recognition of ‘general stud rights’, to identify thoroughbreds and allow the movement of registered horses.

William Hill has launched a series of mini-clips and personalised messages from its sports ambassadors and sponsorship partners, promoting Safer Gambling Week’s core objective of broadening the conversation with customers and the wider public on gambling and its associated risks.

Ambassadors Anthony Joshua, Robbie Savage and players of Premier League partner Tottenham Hotspur will help drive awareness of safer gambling tools, protections and national resources for advice and information.

The National Football League and Visa have jointly announced plans to ensure a cash-free future for the Super Bowl.

Visa will offer safe and secure digital payments for supporters attending the event . As part of the deal, Super Bowl LV will provide 100 percent digital payment acceptance for fans throughout the stadium on game day, including parking, concessions, retail, mobile ordering, and more.

That’s all for today, I’ll be back tomorrow for your next SBC News 90.

SBC News 90: UK racing to prepare for ‘significant changes’