What happens during a raceday in the Stewards Room?
The panel has access to at least five camera angles of each race to review what takes place and how horses are ridden. The views are: head-on, side-on, close-up side on and two “ scout” or “remote” cameras, one of which is in the back straight and one giving a rear view up the home straight. If they consider that the Rules may have been broken they interview the jockeys/trainers involved in a Stewards’ Enquiry after the race. If interference has taken place and they feel it has affected the finishing positions of some of the runners they have the power to amend the result.