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Racehorse trainers returning to south-west Victorian beaches a 'savage blow', environmental group says

A two-and-a-half-year battle for control of south-west Victorian beaches has ended in a "loss of liberty" for the community, according to a local environmental group.

The Belfast Coastal Reserve Action Group (BCRAG) said it was devastated a State Government coastal management plan for the stretch of beach between Warrnambool and Port Fairy had "rubber stamped" commercial horse training in sections of the reserve.

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Article written by: Daniel Miles

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