SMS NewsUpdated: 08:02
Cork good (NH) and good, good to firm in places (Flat). Selective watering NH track to maintain. 4cast rain tonight and tomorrow.
The ground at Galway is currently good (NH) and good to yielding (Flat). Dry overnight. 4cast mainly dry today.
Naas good, good to firm in places. Will monitor weather with regard to watering. 4cast showers expected overnight and tomorrow.
|DATE||TRACK||RACE NO||HORSE NO||HORSE NAME||EXCUSE||LOGGED|
|31/07/2016||Galway||1||8||Mississippi River||Coughing||31/07/2016 10:09:55|
|31/07/2016||Galway||1||10||Black Zero||Change in Going||31/07/2016 10:15:23|
|31/07/2016||Galway||2||20||Pops Well||Coughing||31/07/2016 10:09:55|
|31/07/2016||Galway||4||2||Road To Riches||Flat at exercise yesterday||31/07/2016 10:07:24|
|31/07/2016||Galway||4||6||First Lieutenant||Lame||30/07/2016 10:18:43|
|31/07/2016||Galway||7||1||Pretty Love||Change in Going||31/07/2016 10:13:26|
|31/07/2016||Galway||7||6||Musical Jewel||Change in Going||31/07/2016 10:07:24|
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The Jockeys Emergency Fund was set up on the 1st January 1998, to provide benefit and assistance for riders who suffer paralysis as a result of an injury sustained while taking part in a racing/horse related activity. Contributions to this fund come from Owners, a portion of the fees for Jockeys Licences, Qualified Riders (Amateur) Licences and from voluntary donations.
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