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« 2019-Nov-05, 10:12 PM Reply #850 »
You would think that if he thought there was no way he could win a protest
 it must be impossible to have a result overturnedt in Ireland.

He was riding for the dad of the runner up and if he protested, it may not have been viewed favourably by the stable. All reports indicate he was not a willing participant in the protest.

Il Paradiso should have won and Dettori’s failure to straighten his mount cost the O’Briens dearly both ways.

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« 2019-Nov-06, 07:31 AM Reply #851 »
Interesting it was a stewards protest.....been a while since I've seen one....almost guaranteed it will be upheld.

You would think so . . but I can vaguely remember one in Brisbane(?), a long time ago . . Arsenal may recall . . that was dismissed

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« 2019-Nov-06, 12:54 PM Reply #852 »
You would think so . . but I can vaguely remember one in Brisbane(?), a long time ago . . Arsenal may recall . . that was dismissed

What was the controversial one in the Magic Millions one year involving two Gai Waterhouse horses  :chin:

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« 2019-Nov-10, 01:24 PM Reply #853 »
RACE 1: Shopper Media Handicap 1100m:

Sophiella – Stewards considered a protest lodged by Mr W. Birch, Deputy Chairman of Stewards, on
behalf of the connections of Sophiella alleging interference by the 3rd placegetter, Caccini, near the
300m. After considering the evidence Stewards found that near the 300m Sophiella had endeavoured
to establish a run between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, and shortly after had to be steadied when
Caccini shifted in marginally to improve to the inside of Invictus Salute, which shifted out at the same
time. As the Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that Sophiella had fully established clear
running between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, the protest was dismissed. Began awkwardly and
made contact with its nearside barrier partition, resulting in its rider becoming unbalanced and losing
ground. Between the 300m and the 200m Sophiella was shifted to the outside of Caccini to improve.
Over the final 100m Sophiella had difficulty obtaining clear running when being shifted to the outside
of Invictus Salute to improve.
ENDS

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2019Nov09&VenueCode=MTA5NTg2MA==&RaceNumber=1&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

Looked like the third horse flattened Sophiella would have upheld it ....bad decision IMO

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« Last Edit: 2019-Nov-10, 01:29 PM by Arsenal »

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« 2019-Nov-10, 10:02 PM Reply #854 »
RACE 1: Shopper Media Handicap 1100m:

Sophiella – Stewards considered a protest lodged by Mr W. Birch, Deputy Chairman of Stewards, on
behalf of the connections of Sophiella alleging interference by the 3rd placegetter, Caccini, near the
300m. After considering the evidence Stewards found that near the 300m Sophiella had endeavoured
to establish a run between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, and shortly after had to be steadied when
Caccini shifted in marginally to improve to the inside of Invictus Salute, which shifted out at the same
time. As the Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that Sophiella had fully established clear
running between Can't Find Snippy and Caccini, the protest was dismissed. Began awkwardly and
made contact with its nearside barrier partition, resulting in its rider becoming unbalanced and losing
ground. Between the 300m and the 200m Sophiella was shifted to the outside of Caccini to improve.
Over the final 100m Sophiella had difficulty obtaining clear running when being shifted to the outside
of Invictus Salute to improve.
ENDS

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2019Nov09&VenueCode=MTA5NTg2MA==&RaceNumber=1&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

Looked like the third horse flattened Sophiella would have upheld it ....bad decision IMO

Giddy Up :beer:


Ya killin' me!

Got a good tip for Sophiella - backed it with both TAB and Ladbrokes where I would have got my stake back as a bonus bet if it run third.

Should have certainly run 2nd.

At the time I didn't really think about interference. Barrier 1 killed it. You could see Reith knew he was in trouble long before the "interference". He took the wrong decision when looking for a run - which I hasten to add I don't blame him for. Jockeys are not going to get it right 100% of the time when faced with making a decision on the fly.

Reminds me of that apprentice in Brisbane they gave a long suspension to for taking a wrong decision. Never agreed with that. Whatever happened to him?

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« 2019-Nov-11, 06:21 AM Reply #855 »
I’d need to see a front on view to change my mind but no way would I uphold that in what I saw

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« 2019-Dec-07, 06:43 PM Reply #856 »

Race 2: SUMMER RACING CARNIVAL QTIS 3YO H'CAP – 1350M
 
After viewing the stewards’ patrol footage apprentice S. Thornton, the rider of ROTHENBURG, placed 2nd by the Judge, lodged an objection against SCOUT being declared the winner, alleging interference near the 200m. After taking evidence from all parties and viewing the videos, it was established that approaching the 250m ROTHENBURG had secured and improved into a clear run between JET A ONE and SCOUT, however, shortly after, JET A ONE, which was commencing to weaken, shifted out approximately half a horse, resulting in ROTHENBURG being carried out on to the hind quarter of SCOUT, which in turn was turned inwards. In this incident jockey R. Maloney, the rider of SCOUT, had his horse’s head turned inwards slightly in an endeavour to hold his ground. As stewards were of the view that the initial shift was from JET A ONE in shifting out and therefore a contributing factor to the severe crowding to ROTHENBURG, they were of the view that the objection ought be dismissed and correct weight declared on the Judge’s placings. However, R. Maloney was advised to be mindful of his actions in regards to riding competitively.

https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/video-replays/player/thoroughbred/doom/20191207/race/2

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I didn't have a bet so not talking through my kick but IMO this should have been upheld.

Nathan Exelby in the SM today :-

"Feel hard Dunn-by on protest dismissal
NATHAN EXELBY
 
 
CONNECTIONS of Rothenburg were left stunned after their objection was dismissed following an explosive protest hearing at Doomben yesterday.

Rothenburg’s rider Steph Thornton objected against Scout (Ryan Maloney) being declared the winner after she was squeezed out of a run at the 200m point.

During the hearing, Rothenburg’s trainer Matt Dunn said Maloney’s actions “bordered on foul riding” as Scout’s head was turned in as Thornton tried to establish her run.

Waiting outside the room as stewards deliberated, Scout’s cotrainer Trent Edmonds hoped a slight shift out from the inside horse Jet A One would save them and his wish came true.

Stewards said the pressure from the inside pushed Scout’s rump out, which was the reason he had his head turned in and that contribution was enough for them to dismiss the objection.

Chief steward Peter Chadwick told Maloney after the hearing they felt his actions were not sinister but “there’s a fine line” and for him to be wary of not crossing it.

Thornton was shocked by the dismissed ruling after earlier telling stewards that “given clear daylight he clearly beats the winner”.

Maloney said Thornton had not established her run when the incident occurred, a claim countered by Dunn, who said she was fully entitled to it.

“We were lucky not to land on the deck,” Dunn said.



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« 2020-Jan-31, 03:48 PM Reply #857 »
Anyone see the 7th at Taree?

Surely a protest by the 4th horse

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« 2020-Apr-07, 04:38 PM Reply #858 »
How was that protest on  the 7th at Bendigo  dismissed?
I'll declare my hand......I was on Intelle but I've lost protests for less.

Young C Rawiller  doesn't stop riding and takes Intelle out off her entitled line......he has broken 2 rules there!

Not sure if that sort of whip riding belongs anywhere either......looked a bit like N Callow in the previous...... 70's and 80's style.

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« 2020-Apr-07, 09:06 PM Reply #859 »
Amazing decision.
Pathetic actually

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« 2020-May-23, 04:03 PM Reply #860 »
So would this be called an Outrageous protest?

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« 2020-May-23, 04:16 PM Reply #861 »
Yes and yes


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