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  • Musselburgh, 20 April 2014

    3.05, third race

    The Stewards noted that the winner, EUTROPIUS (IRE), and ZAITSEV (IRE), unplaced, had interfered with LORD FRANKLIN, unplaced, approximately one and a half furlongs out, but after viewing a recording of the incident they were satisfied that it neither involved a riding offence nor improved EUTROPIUS (IRE)’s placing.

    3.35, fourth race

    The Stewards noted that the winner, PASS MUSTER, had interfered with BRIGHT ABBEY, placed second, in the final furlong, but after viewing a recording of the incident they were satisfied that it neither involved a riding offence nor improved PASS MUSTER’s placing.

    4.05, fifth race

    The Stewards noted that the winner, ALEX MY BOY (IRE), had interfered with PETITE MADAME (IRE), placed fourth, who in turn interfered with CLASSIC ORANGE, unplaced, inside the final four furlongs, but after viewing a recording of the incident they were satisfied that it neither involved a riding offence nor improved ALEX MY BOY (IRE)’s placing.
20/04/2014

  • Plumpton, 20 April 2014

    4.55, sixth race

    The Stewards noted that the winner, FLUGZEUG, had interfered with HINTON INDIANA, placed second, approaching the final fence but after viewing a recording of the incident they were satisfied that it neither involved a riding offence nor improved FLUGZEUG’s placing.

    5.25, seventh race

    The Stewards held an enquiry to consider the apparent improvement in form of the winner, SHE’S NOBLE, ridden by Micheal Nolan and trained by Suzy Smith, which had never previously been placed. They interviewed the trainer who stated that the mare performed disappointingly on her last start at Wincanton, having fallen on her previous start. She had subsequently benefitted from extensive schooling and was running in her first handicap. Having heard her evidence they forwarded her explanation to the British Horseracing Authority so that the previous performances of SHE’S NOBLE could be reviewed.
20/04/2014

  • Towcester, 20 April 2014

    The Stewards gave permission for the open ditch going down the hill (Fence 4) to be omitted from the remaining chases due to the frame being broken in Race 2.

    3.45, fourth race

    The Stewards held an enquiry into the use of the whip by Thomas Garner, the rider of the winner, ARKOSE (IRE), from the third 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 Garner for 9 days as follows: Monday 5 to Tuesday 13 May 2014, inclusive.

    4.45, sixth race

    The Stewards held an enquiry into possible interference turning into the home straight. Having heard their evidence and viewed recordings of the race they found that the winner, LILY LITTLE LEGS (IRE), ridden by Robert McCarth, had interfered with THE PURCHASER (IRE), placed fourth, ridden by Adam Wedge, who in turn interfered with COULDHAVEHADITALL (IRE), placed second, ridden by Denis O’Regan, who in turn interfered with RENDEZVOUS PEAK, placed third, ridden by Dougie Costello. The Stewards found McCarth in breach of Rule (B)54.1 and guilty of careless riding in that he allowed his mount to drift right without sufficient correction. They suspended him for 2 days as follows: Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 May 2014.
20/04/2014

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