Videos tagged with "interference"

Inherently's maiden win at Turfway Park 1-18-13 [01:34]
Inherently, a 4yr old gelding by Dehere, made his debut Friday, Jan 18th and won! He beat some nice horses-the favorite, #5 Steel Guitar, is a half brother to Breeder's Cup winner, Midnight Lute, and another runner, #10 Strong Government, actually was already a winner in his last start but got disqualified for rider interference. Jockey Amanda Tamberullo did an excellent job preparing this horse in his morning workouts as well as rating him perfectly in the race. I sure would like to post more winning videos of this guy in the future!

1989 Preakness Stakes: Full ABC Broadcast [01:02:48]
Sunday Silence, who raised more questions than he answered when he beat Easy Goer by two and a half lengths in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, proved himself a worthy Triple Crown contender today by winning the 114th and closest Preakness Stakes ever at Pimlico Race Course. The blackish colt from California raced head and head with Easy Goer for the length of the stretch before regaining the lead in the final yards to win by a long nose. The last time a Preakness was decided in a photo finish was when Affirmed held off Alydar by a neck in 1978. Now Sunday Silence is one victory away from becoming racing's first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed, and his rivalry with Easy Goer, a son of Alydar, is the tightest Triple Crown battle since then. The two colts will hook up again in the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park on June 10, where victory would bring Sunday Silence's owners a total of $5 million in purses and bonuses for the series. The winner had to survive a claim of foul from Pat Day, Easy Goer's rider, who alleged interference by Pat Valenzuela and Sunday Silence through their stretch duel. After reviewing the films for seven minutes, the stewards let the order of finish stand. Another unrelated foul claim, by the rider of Dansil, who was fourth, against Rock Point, who was third, was also disallowed. The bettors in a record Pimlico crowd of 90145, unconvinced by Sunday Silence's weaving Derby finish and the slow final time of that race, made Easy Goer the 3-to-5 ...

Zo Impressive - 2012 Mother Goose (G1) [02:05]
Zo Impressive took advantage of a tiring pacesetter in Contested and held off a late surge from Disposablepleasure to win Saturday's 56th running of the Grade 1, $300000 Mother Goose at Belmont Park. After breaking sharply from post position 5 under Rajiv Maragh, Zo Impressive was taken back to settle on the outside in third as 1-2 favorite Contested opened up 1 ½ lengths on longshot Wildcat's Smile through a quarter mile in 23.08 and a half in 46.47. Asked for run leaving the five-sixteenths pole, the front-running Acorn winner came up empty. Zo Impressive, meanwhile, was set down to duel with late-running Disposablepleasure, whom she bested by three-quarters of a length. The final time for 1 1/16-miles was 1:44.28 over a track rated good. Kentucky Oaks winner Believe You Can, who tracked the leaders from the inside throughout, finished third, followed by Wildcat's Smile and Contested. A jockey's objection by Ramon Dominguez, the rider of Disposablepleasure, against the winner for alleged interference in the stretch run was disallowed by the stewards.
Tags: zo, impressive, nyra, horse, racing, belmont, park, mother, goose, rajiv, maragh

See You at Peelers Disqualified at Tioga Downs [02:16]
See You at Peelers was disqualified from a win at Tioga Downs on Sunday, September 4th in a division of the New York Sire Stakes for causing interference in deep stretch. New Album was elevated from second to first while Peelers was placed second. After starting her career with 22 straight wins, See You at Peelers has now lost two in a row.
Tags: Tioga Downs, harness racing, horse racing, See You at Peelers

WHIPPING PROTEST - What is your decision? [00:17]
What is your decision? This is the head on vision of a protest at Moonee Valley Melbourne on Friday March 25 2011. The jockey,Michael Guthrie, riding LADY LYNETTE (in the green blinkers and white cap) protests against the jockey, Craig Newitt, who rode the horse first past the post NAKAAYA (in the white, with the blue top and cap). The protest was second against first for interference in the straight, being that the Jockey Newitt struck LADY LYNETTE four times on the head with his WHIP in the straight. The winning margin was a NOSE. The stewards DISMISSED THE PROTEST. What do you think? Should a jockey be allowed to hit a horse on the head four times and still win the race?
Tags: tough guy, protest, racing, Lady Lynette, Newitt, Moonee Valley, March 25 2011, nose, 'froggy, Nakaaya, whips, jockey whips horse, whipping jockey, your decision, stewards

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