Horse Racing

Jerome Innis fined and suspended

Friday, September 01, 2017

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The following disciplinary actions were announced by the stewards of the Jamaica Racing Commission inquiries held on Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

Jockey Jerome Innis, who rode Ian Links in the ninth race on Saturday, May 13, was suspended for two race days and fined $10,000 for intimidation and interference caused to Scar in the vicinity of the 600-metre point. The suspension will take effect on Saturday, September 16.

Jockey Aaron Chatrie, who rode Diosa de Oro in the fifth race on Saturday, May 13, had his explanation accepted for intimidation and interference caused to Jamaican Pharoah shortly after the start.

Jockey Hakeem Pottinger, who rode Stan Roy in the third race on Saturday, July 15, had his explanation accepted for intimidation and interference caused to horses Mr Theophilus and Maria's Glory shortly after passing the 800-metre point.

Jockey Javaniel Patterson, who rode Polly B in the seventh race on Saturday, August 19, was fined $6,000 for intimidation and interference caused to Traditional Prince and Orpheus leaving the 100-metre point.

Jockey Jemar Jackson, who rode Dr Banner in the seventh race on Saturday, August 1, was suspended for one race day and fined $10,000 for intimidation and interference caused to Mr Ambassador shortly after passing the 800-metre point. The suspension will take effect on Saturday, September 9.

Jockey Amoy Gray, who rode Crucial Valor in the 11th race on Saturday, July 29, was suspended for two race days and fined $8,000 for interference and intimidation caused to Magic City leaving the 800-metre point. The suspension will take effect on Saturday, September 16.

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