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  • Musselburgh, 22 July 2014

    3.30, fourth race

    The record of vaccinations in the passport of VALANTINO OYSTER (IRE), trained by Tracy Waggott, had been altered. The Stewards found the trainer in breach of Rule (E)19.5 and fined her £80.

  • Carlisle, 22 July 2014

    6.40, second race

    The Stewards considered the apparent improvement in form of the winner, SLIM CHANCE (IRE), ridden by Andrew Elliott and trained by Simon West, compared with its previous run at Catterick on 2 July 2014 where the mare finished eighth of eight, beaten 17½ lengths. They noted the trainer’s explanation that SLIM CHANCE (IRE) had appreciated the drop in trip to five furlongs. They ordered SLIM CHANCE (IRE) to be routine tested.

    7.10, third race

    The Stewards held an enquiry into two possible incidents of interference. Having heard their evidence and viewed recordings of the race they found, in the first incident approaching the furlong marker, that the winner, CENTRE HAAFHD, ridden by Graham Gibbons, had interfered with ANOTHER ROYAL, placed fourth, ridden by Duran Fentiman. The Stewards found Gibbons in breach of Rule (B)54.1 and guilty of careless riding in that he failed to take sufficient steps to prevent his mount drifting left. They cautioned him as to his future conduct in races.

    In the second incident, approaching the line, they found that CENTRE HAAFHD had drifted right causing interference to ANOTHER ROYAL. They found the interference was accidental.

    9.10, seventh race

    The Stewards held an enquiry into the fall of Graham Gibbons, the rider of LILLY JUNIOR, on the bend turning into the back straight. They interviewed the rider. Having heard his evidence and viewed recordings of the incident the Stewards found that the fall was caused by the filly slipping and unseating the rider. Being satisfied that no other horse or rider was involved, the Stewards took no further action.

  • Bangor on Dee, 22 July 2014

    8.00, fifth race

    The Stewards held an enquiry into the use of the whip by Conor Ring, the rider of ZAMA ZAMA, placed second, from the second last fence. Having heard his evidence and viewed recordings of the race, they found him in breach of Schedule (B)6 Part 2 in that he used his whip above the permitted level. The Stewards suspended Ring for 2 days as follows: Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 August 2014.

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