Racing: Dunwoody rolls with Punchestown pendulum
Tuesday 14 January 1997
However, the former champion gave up a later engagement in the novices' chase, as he was suffering pain from a muscle in his lower back.
Dunwoody will be in action in the same Herb Stanley colours when he partners Merry Gale at Leopardstown on Sunday.
The Horseracing Forensic Laboratory has reported that the analysis of the urine taken from the horse Anthony Bell at Hexham on 4 October has confirmed the presence of Flunixin, a prohibited substance. The horse is trained by Tim Carr at Great Ayton. The finding was confirmed by the Hong Kong Racing Laboratory, who performed the counter analysis. An enquiry will be held by the Jockey Club's Disciplinary Committee.
Bookmakers are to change the way in which they calculate the computer straight forecast. The majority of dividends will change only slightly, but the overall effect will be a rise in the average return of 0.3% from pounds 45.93 to pounds 46.07.
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