Weaver, who starts his ban on Saturday, said: "This will not stop me trying to the very last ounce. I believe in myself as a jockey who rides to his ultimate within the rules. I'm not a dirty jockey or one who believes in winning at any cost. This won't effect my will to win - it's just an unfortunate chapter.''
Jason Weaver rode his 111th winner of the season on Sad Mad Bad at Lingfield yesterday. He then vowed to continue to try "to the very last ounce" to win the jockeys' championship despite his upcoming 16- day riding ban and the threat of a further five-day suspension if found guilty of another riding offence this year.