Tramore 13th December 2014

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The Stewards received a report from Mr.P.L.Malone , Turf Club Clerk of the Scales, regarding the fact that R.M. Moran, rider of Snaidhm, weighed in at 2 lbs overweight. Evidence was heard from the rider concerned. Having considered the evidence, the Stewards were satisfied that R.M. Moran was in breach of Rule 231 and they therefore suspended him for three race days, having taken his previous record in this regard into account.

A.E. Lynch, rider of Silver Sally, trained by Thomas P. Cummins, reported to the Stewards' Secretaries that his mount stumbled and fell independently.

D.Deacon, trainer of Steel Dawn, reported to the Office of the Governing Bodies on Wednesday 17th December that his charge was found to be lame post race.

D.Deacon, trainer of Steel Dawn, reported to the Office of the Governing Bodies that his charge was found to have a kissing spine following veterinary examination post race.

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D.N. Russell, rider of Marvellous Moment trained by J.H. Culloty, reported to the Clerk of Scales that his mount needs better ground.

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D.N. Russell, rider of Halling's Treasure (GB) trained by Gordon Elliott, reported to the Clerk of Scales that his mount made a respiratory noise in running.

T.J. Nagle Jr., trainer of The Bold Beckey, reported to the Stewards' Secretaries that his charge was lame post race

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A.E. Lynch, rider of Killeen Elegance, trained by Ms Claire O'Connell, reported to the Stewards' Secretaries that his mount hung badly in running.

The Stewards enquired into the bypassing of the second fence past the stands on the first circuit. Evidence was heard from Jeff Kibblewhite, Fence Steward, who stated that he initiated bypassing as he thought a rider had been seriously injured. He accepted that in hindsight it may have been a hasty decision as the rider was up quicker than expected. Evidence was also heard from Mr. Jim Ryan, Fence Stewards Manager, who stated that once bypassing was initiated it was difficult to stop as the disk had been put in place and a leg of a wing was damaged so there would not have been time to have it repaired. Evidence was also heard from Mr. P.F.Graffin, Clerk Of The Course who stated that all staff were aware of bypassing protocol having been repeatedly briefed on the various procedures. Having considered all the evidence, the Stewards reminded Mr. Ryan of his future responsibilities to liaise with all staff to ensure bypassing in done in a controlled manner.



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