A yellow flag is waved by a course official during the finale at Sandown

A yellow flag is waved by means of a direction professional throughout the finale at Sandown

Seven jockeys have each and every gained ten-day bans after failing to prevent when a yellow void flag was once raised within the Betfair London Nationwide Handicap Chase at Sandown on Saturday.

The bans are set to start on December 21, that means a lot of jockeys may just fail to see the most important big-race rides over the Christmas duration, together with the King George at Kempton on Boxing Day.

A number of the jockeys banned have been Harry Skelton, Daryl Jacob and Jamie Moore.

Philip Donovan, whose mount Doing Superb was once first previous the submit, has additionally been banned in conjunction with James Davies and Stan Sheppard.

Adam Wedge, who had previous guided Esprit Du Huge to victory within the Henry VIII Newcomers’ Chase, was once the 7th rider banned.

Stewards dangle an inquiry into the general race at Sandown on Saturday

Mark Cranham

The flag was once raised by means of direction officers to inform the jockeys following the autumn of Houblon Des Obeaux after the Pond Fence, with the vast majority of them proceeding to trip to the end.

Paddy Energy and Betfair have each paid out on Doing Superb whilst voiding all different choices at the race.

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