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Sports fright at the derby: jockey falls off his horse at the award ceremony

19:55  12 july  2020
19:55  12 july  2020 Source:   express.de

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The Derby has awarded million in total prize money since 2005 and million from 1996 to 2004. The total gets divided among the top five finishers. That number will get shaved down even more, by about 30%, since he must pay his agent and and his valet, who gets the jockey 's gear in place.

Galopp in Hamburg-Horn, Deutsches Derby: Jockey Ronan Thomas kniet unter seinem Pferd In Swoop, von dem er während der Siegerehrung gefallen ist. © dpa gallop in Hamburg-Horn, German derby: jockey Ronan Thomas kneels under his horse In Swoop, from whom he fell during the award ceremony.

shock second after victory! The 151st Derby in Hamburg won in Swoop. The three-year-old stallion prevailed with jockey Ronan Thomas in front of Torquator Tasso (Jack Mitchell). Mishap at the award ceremony: Jockey Thomas fell off his horse and had to protect his head from the hooves of the shy winner.

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For the Schlenderhan Stud (Bergheim / Quadrath-Ichendorf) it is the 19th Derby victory. Favorite Wonderful Moon finished in the field. Jockey Andrausch Starke (46) missed the eighth victory with which he wanted to catch up with record holder Gerhard Streit (1977). The owner of In Swoop, Corinna Baronin von Ullmann, receives a prize money of 390,000 euros.

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On Thursday at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, FL, an unlucky horse racing gambler lost out on a massive, six-figure payout when a jockey fell off his horse just yards before he almost certainly would’ve crossed the wire first. The unfortunate incident occurred in the closing stages of Race 10

Justify conquered the slop to become the first horse to win a Derby without having raced as a Jockey Mike Smith posed for a photo in the winner’s circle atop Justify after winning the Kentucky On raceday, Justify is off limits, except for owners and close friends. He will be fed and walked, and

Last year in Swoop stood on the private training facility of the Schlenderhan stud. After the closure of this facility at the end of 2019, he went to training in Paris and only ran twice before the derby. “The race developed as we had imagined it,” said Ronan Thomas, “It was extremely fast right from the start, we were able to take a quiet look at the whole thing from behind.”

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The derby was held for the first time in its history in front of almost empty ranks. Only active people and owners of the horses were allowed to enter the race track in the Horn district. The meeting had been cut from six to three days of racing. (sid / red)


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