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Stewards Corner

Welcome to the Stewards’ Corner, where you will find explanations of the decisions that our stewards make on race days. Directly following any decision they make having to do with the official order of finish, including inquiries and objections, the stewards – one appointed by The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA), one appointed by the New York State Gaming Commission, and one appointed by The Jockey Club (TJC) – provide an explanation of what happened and the reason for their decision. Click on the links below to read those explanations.

Race Decisions - July 19, 2014

Race 5: Steward’s Inquiry:  After passing the ½ mile pole, # 4 Piquant (Rosario Montanez) loses his action, stumbles and unseats the rider.

 # 1 Be Bullish (Corey Lanerie) is outside # 4 at the time of the incident.  # 6 Frazil (C. Velasquez) must go wide to avoid the fallen jockey.

After reviewing the race videos and speaking with the rider of # 1, the stewards determined no further action was warranted.

The race was declared Official as is.

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Race 7: Steward’s inquiry, in the vicinity of the 1/8 pole, concerning the 1st place finisher # 4 Big Trouble(Irad Ortiz Jr.) and

the 2nd place finisher # 5 Mr. Z (Corey Lanerie).

#5 Mr. Z shifts out sharply making solid contact with # 4 Big Trouble.  After reviewing the video and hearing the statements of the riders of #4 and #5,  the stewards determined no action was warranted, as # 4 did recover to finish first.

The race was declared Official as is.

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Race 8: Steward’s inquiry and jockeys objection from the rider of the 2nd place finisher # 1 Fade to Black (Irad Ortiz Jr.) against the 1st place finisher

# 10 Devilish Love (Joseph Rocco Jr.) for alleged interference inside the 1/16 pole.  # 10 Devilish Love and  # 1 Fade to Black brush  approaching the finish line. After reviewing the video of the race and hearing statements from the rider of # 1 and # 10 the objection was dismissed and the race was official as is.

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