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Robert Thornton was adamant some weighing-room colleagues would back him in his belief that "eight hits is on the low side" - although under the PJA proposal much would hinge on stewards' interpretation of the use of the whip in the early and middle stages of a jumps race, as it stated slaps down the shoulder and for safety and correction should be disregarded.
Let's see, Valdivia won the $750,000 race even though he dropped his whip in the middle of the homestretch, as Castledale ranged up on the grandstand side of leaders Quintons Gold Rush and Rock Hard Ten, a blunder that could have left him as useless as an outfielder without a glove.
Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: The 50-year-old former Government Whip in the Lords becomes a Junior Minister at the Department of Health.