Racing: Short order for Lochsong
Tuesday 19 July 1994
After disappointing in the six-furlong July Cup, her trainer, Ian Balding, and jockey, Willie Carson - riding in place of Lanfranco Dettori - were inclined to blame the trip. But her owner, Jeff Smith, thought she lost her chance by bolting to post, and described the race as a 'shambles'. Speaking at Bath yesterday, Balding said: 'Frankie Dettori will be back for Goodwood, and Lochsong will be very happy he is back on.'
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