MONDAY OCTOBER 21st RACING POST 2013
WEEK MONDAY OCTOBER 21st TO SUNDAY OCTOBER 27th
Rip -Off -Britain
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BRITISH GOVERNMENT BOGUS RULES OF HORSERACING CRUEL PUNISHMENTS
The cruelty and the stigma burdened upon
MARTIN DWYER and the filly ICE AGE.
MARTIN DWYER has been subjected to both a "Physical Abuse Punishment" a "Mental Abuse Punishment" a "Financial Abuse Punishment" a "Time Wasting Abuse Punishment" a "Stigma Abuse Punishment" having his name and his professional status dragged through the gutter by both the British and Indian Turf Clubs over eight months from February to October 2013. Something that should have been the concern of both the Indian Turf Club and the British Turf Club and, to include what little there is to date on the Global Horseracing Turf Club Equus Rules. No punishments dished out by the Bogus British Stewards on Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday can be allowed to stand due to the fact that the Global Equus British Rules of Horseracing do not exist in any sort of reasonable form whatsoever. Putting all jockeys who rode there on the afternoon of Saturday October 19th in an impossible and highly dangerous position. Easy meat for the bogus British Horseracing stewards bloodhorse illiterate pounce of evil destruction.
Martin was not guilty of any of this. As neither was ICE AGE. But Martin was left to suffer an eight month global sentence, hefty financial expense, and hefty time wasting, for partnering ICE AGE on February 17th. No doubt he was paid a professional fee for carrying out his task in partnering ICE AGE that day in that race, but most certainly has not been paid for all the rest that has followed along since. What has happened to ICE AGE over these last eight months? Is anyone allowed to know? There are two parties involved here but it appears that the filly ICE AGE has been treated here as having no rights at all. Showing clearly that an animals rights and needs count for nothing to either the Indian Turf Club Rules of Horseracing or to the British Turf Club Rules of Horseracing, or to the scant present true Equus Global Rules of Horseracing.
RACING POST SUNDAY OCTOBER 20th 2013
No one has the right to take their pleasure at an animals expense, or at a jockeys expense no one. No one will want to spend their day off at the races to see racehorses or their jockeys dropping dead whilst competing in a race on a racecourse.
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Toomey fall happened during the Perth Festival Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle. The 24-year-old Irish rider was partnering Solway Dandy at
when the horse fell three flights from home. Perth
Toomey has ridden 49 winners over the jumps since 2008 and has represented Ryan's stable at the
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By Frank Keogh BBC Sport
By Frank Keogh BBC Sport
Jockey Brian Toomey out of coma after
racecourse fall Perth
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