An unoccupied horse was rescued in two hours of operation after falling into a ditch during the race.

The horse was rescued from the ditch after falling into the ditch without a passenger during the race.

Butlers Briefs Kazoo beginner’s handicap chase at Atox Zetter on Thursday night. Alastair Ralph’s trained horse came down on the fifteenth fence where jockey Nick Scholfield was kicked out.

When he got up, the sportsman tried to catch his 6-4 favorite, but he ran away and set off at speed. But at the next fence, he slipped into the ditch in front of the obstacle and rolled to the side.

Unable to withdraw, staff and veterinarians rushed to the scene and carried out delicate rescue operations. The race on the Ladies Evening Card was delayed while working to free the affected animals.

Thankfully, about two hours later, the four winners were released and I was able to return to the stables.

Ralph explains what happened and states:

“It was a stressful situation. About 15 people, including 4 vets, helped. They had to calm the horse, dismantle the fence around him and pull him out. . “

The third race ended at 8:20 pm, more than two hours after the incident. Due to the turmoil in the race schedule, the authorities had to remove six of the nine hurdles in the next contest due to less sunlight.

Butlers briefs (red and yellow hats) were rescued from the ditch in the Uttoxeter race.
(Image: PA)

The last two races, handicap hurdles and bumpers have been abandoned.

Ralph, who is training in Shropshire, said: Return to the stables.

“I’m happy to report that he’s completely fine. He’s out in the paddock and now I can see him kicking back and kicking.”

A spokesman for the Atox Zetter Racecourse said the ride connections and jockeys in the last two races would be compensated.

Customers who make a reservation in advance will receive a free admission ticket at a later date.

“The Atox Zetter Racecourse has caused significant delays and abandonments in the race for horse racing owners, trainers, jockeys, racing staff, bookmakers, race participants, and anyone else who attended last night’s race meeting. Thank you for dealing with the case. The last two races, “they added.

“We are especially grateful to the racing staff, ground staff and veterinary team for confirming that he has returned safely for his hard work to support the Butlers Briefs.”

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