John Maxse, a Club spokesman, said: "There is no time restriction on our investigation, such as when a jockey is appealing against a ban. We have received a copy of the report from the Haydock stewards but there are a couple of other items of information we need."Reuse content
The Jockey Club yesterday refused to rush its investigation into the "jockeys' revolt" which led to the abandonment of Wednesday's Haydock card. Twenty-one jockeys refused to ride after the first race at the track which they deemed unsafe.