Racing: Royal trainer faces inquiry
Thursday 22 October 1998
The filly ran 17th of 19 at Newbury. But, ridden by Adrian Nicholls, she won a valuable handicap at Ascot on 27 September and then won for John Reid at Newmarket on Saturday. The Club's disciplinary committee will consider whether the trainer and O'Donohoe breached ``non-triers'' rules and if Lord Huntingdon misled Ascot stewards.
Sir Mark Prescott was fined pounds 1,000 and jockey Colin Nutter banned for seven days under the "non-triers"' rule with Swagger at Newcastle yesterday. Swagger was beaten into seventh place behind the winner, stablemate Triple Dash.
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