Protecting the Integrity & Reputation of Irish Horseracing

Dundalk 15th April 2016

081A Irishinjuredjockeys.com Claiming Race

The Turf Club Veterinary Officer examined Boxing Clever, trained by John Joseph Hanlon, at the request of the Stewards and reported the animal to have burst a blood vessel in running

The Stewards received a report from the Clerk of the Scales, Mr. W. Fleming, that G.P. Brouder, rider of Royal Avatar, had weighed out at 2Ibs overweight. Evidence was heard from the rider concerned, who accepted that this was the case. Having considered the evidence, the Stewards allowed the overweight, but were of the opinion that the rider was in breach of Rule 198. Having taken his previous record in this regard into account, the Stewards suspended him for two racedays.

081C Dundalk Stadium Apprentice H'cap

The Stewards enquired into an incident in the closing stages involving Lady Maesmor (GB), ridden by G.P. Brouder, unplaced, Oor Jock, ridden by R. Coakley, placed second and Times In Anatefka, ridden by Gary Paul Halpin, placed fourth, where it appeared Lady Maesmor (GB) ran short of room and had to check. Evidence was heard from the riders concerned. Having viewed the recording of the race and considered the evidence, the Stewards were of the opinion that the incident was accidental and took no further action.

081E Hen & Stag Packages At Dundalk H'cap

P.B. Beggy, rider of Dottie Lottie, trained by Patrick Martin, reported to the Stewards' Secretaries that his mount met with accidental interference after one and a half furlongs.

Gary Paul Halpin, rider of Midnitemudcrabs, trained by John James Feane, reported to the Stewards' Secretaries that his mount did not get any luck in running .

D.P. McDonogh, rider of Zebgrey trained by Adrian McGuinness, reported to the Clerk of Scales that his mount hung right in the last 100 yards.

081F Fundraising Made Easy At Dundalk M'dn

The Stewards fined Miss Natalia Lupini, trainer, €350 for lodging a passport in respect of In Our Blood, in which the vaccinations did not conform with the provisions of Rule 91. The Stewards allowed the horse to run on receipt of the trainer's written assurance that the vaccinations were in order.

The Stewards enquired into an incident the closing stages involving Coffee, ridden by N.P. Madden, placed fifth and In Our Blood, ridden by D.M. Redmond, unplaced, where it appeared Coffee ran short of room. Evidence was heard from the riders concerned. Having viewed the recording of the race and considered the evidence, the Stewards were of the opinion that D.M. Redmond was in breach of Rule 214 in that he had ridden carelessly and having considered his previous record in this regard, they cautioned him.



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