Atreus have you ever even patted a horse? You lack any common "Horse sense" You cannot turn horses on and off like a light,
Whether it was a good ride or a bad ride has Zero Relevance, a "bad" ride is NOT against any rule in racing even if you were right and you are WRONG!!
The price of a horse has no relevance either, are you saying it is OK to slaughter a horse so long as it isn't a favourite? What sort of convoluted logic is that? Or did you mean so long as you didn't lose money on it?
The Stewards quizzed the tactics of Louise Day and she wasn't on a fav but a 50/1 shot, they said she erred in her judgement in following a favoured horse and hoping it would take her into the race, she should have pulled out 4 wide to get around another roughie and make a run from the 600, bloody ridiculous, Louise was 110% right to do what she did, regardless of the result
One of the biggest mistakes Jockeys make on leaders is the midrace slow down, once you establish a lead to give that advantage away would be stupid, No doubt he went fast but at that point he didn't know the result anymore than Nash and J Mac did in the later race
With Hindsight he went too fast....but so did Nash on Sweet Deal...why pick on Hughie and Louise and not Nash and JMac??
The Stewards do not have a mandate to decide (with the benefit of hindsight) what tactics a Jockey should have used unless they believe it was with the intent of getting the horse beat, either they charge him with hooking the horse or they let it go
But then again I am NOT a sore loser!
If every one lost 3 weeks pay for every mistake they made at work there would be anarchy in the streets....and Jockeys make split second decisions, they never get a second chance once a decision is made, they do not have an eraser or a delete button
Get off your High horse and learn something about the racing Industry and punting
There is NO doubt he will get off this ridiculous charge, Dom Bierne and most of the people who know are on side