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Striker – Island Suspension Takes Effect

Can resume race riding on 18 September

Piere Strydom – 6 weeks 

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that it has received notification from The Mauritius Turf Club that Jockey Piere Strydom incurred a fine and a suspension whilst riding in that Country.

Jockey Strydom was fined Rs. 50,000 and suspended from riding in races for a period of 6 (six) weeks in terms of their Rules of Racing.

The particulars being that he was found guilty of contravening MTC Rule 160 A (j) in that as the rider of MAN FROM SEATTLE, he failed to ride to the satisfaction of the Stewards from the 400m in Race 2 on Saturday, 3 August 2019.

Mauritius is a Specified Racing Authority in terms of Rule 91.1.2 and as such, the suspension will be reciprocated by The National Horseracing Authority.

Jockey Strydom is suspended from riding in races from 6 August 2019 and may resume race riding on 18 September 2019.

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4 comments on “Striker – Island Suspension Takes Effect

  1. Clifford narainen says:

    Fair enough.

  2. Sergen govender says:

    If it was Lyle it would be at the end of the season

    1. Editor says:

      Different circumstance Sergen

  3. Deon Dragon Manuel says:

    PiereStrydom great jockey rest would do him good

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