Does a horse get disqualified if the jockey falls off like it did in the Preakness? - letsdiskuss
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Ajay Paswan

Physical Education Trainer | Posted | Sports


Does a horse get disqualified if the jockey falls off like it did in the Preakness?


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Truly, tragically. The purpose behind this being the 'handicap.' In hustling speech the impairment is the weight that the steed will convey. The weight conveyed by a pony is the heaviness of the seat and racer consolidated. On the off chance that a pony completes before any of different sprinters in a race without it's racer it clearly hasn't conveyed the stipulated weight and in this manner had an unreasonable bit of leeway. Subsequently it isn't qualified for any prizemoney. On the off chance that it hasn't beaten any steeds; well all things considered it doesn't make a difference at any rate. In this manner at whatever point a Jockey tumbles off a steed before the end goal the steed is adequately excluded and no wagers or prize cash is paid.


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