Morrison - who could lose his licence for anything between a year and 10 years if found guilty - fiercely denies any wrongdoing.
An injury-ravaged season was compounded when he broke his arm in a fall from Minella Foru in the Irish Grand National.
His response seems to suggest he thinks a Kardashian is a type of Chinese food.
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Davy Russell was banned for careless riding after partnering Midnight Tour to victory.
Baker was riding Boomerang Bob for Jamie Osborne on the frozen lake track when the horse was brought down and fatally injured.
The Hennessy Gold Cup and Grand National winner had just beaten Thistlecrack to claim a second victory in the Cotswold Chase when tragedy struck.
"We just confirmed that this morning - that she has an injury on the other leg, the good leg for want of a better word."
The Kempton estate has been submitted for consideration following the local authority's 'Call for Sites' to address unmet local housing needs.
"I don't know if it has sunk in yet. I keep pinching myself."
"He has been found in breach and he has been disqualified for six months."
Ryan Hatch took a tumble from Cogry in the Unicoin Group Handicap Chase at Cheltenham.
The talented Flat performer stretched his unbeaten record over jumps to three in the Bar One Racing Juvenile Hurdle at Fairyhouse on Sunday.
The Willie Mullins-trained eight-year-old got his career over fences back on track on after gaining a fifth Grade One success with victory in the Tingle Creek at Sandown.
Morris won the famous race last season with Rule The World.
The conditional rider from County Down hit the headlines in July when the ambulance sent to treat him reversed over his leg.
He faces three months on the sidelines.
The former top-class amateur, who was paralysed following a fall at the Cheltenham Festival in 2013, died in July, aged 41.
"No antics of any kind.”
The Grand National-winning rider called time on his distinguished career due to an ongoing issue with a leg injury.
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The Gold Cup winner confirmed he had escaped any lasting damage.
The Mallow Town Summer Race meeting takes place in Cork this Friday July 8 with organisers planning an evening to suit experienced racegoers and those new to a flutter.
“They stopped it on top of my leg so I started screaming; it broke it straight away.“
Fallon was widely regarded as a master of his trade in his pomp and claimed 16 Classic victories in Britain and six in Ireland.
"I am sure her daughter probably told her to threaten to let the sword slip maybe just for the fun of it."
"Now he can go back to Gigginstown House and have a happy retirement."
The daughter of 2006 Oaks heroine Alexandrova is around a 20-1 shot for the Epsom Classic
The nine-year-old was ruled out of this week's Punchestown Festival due to his tendon issue.
The County Tipperary trainer has won the first two legs of what would be an historic treble with Rogue Angel in the Irish version and Rule The World in the big one at Aintree.
Walsh missed the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on Saturday after suffering an hairline fracture to his wrist.
Cue Card got back on track with a brilliant display in last week's Betfred Bowl at Aintree and Tizzard is keen for him to round off his campaign in Ireland on April 27.
Best was found guilty of failing in his "duty to secure the best possible placing" on two occasions.
Barry Geraghty is to appeal the 30-day ban he was issued by stewards at Limerick following his ride aboard Noble Emperor on Sunday.
Walsh took a tumble from the Willie Mullins-trained Bleu Berry in the opening Easter Holidays Maiden Hurdle.
Many Clouds delighted trainer Oliver Sherwood in a schooling session ahead of his bid to repeat last year's victory in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on Saturday week.
It’s day one of the Cheltenham Festival, with plenty of Irish interest on today’s races.
12-year-old Adam Leahy from Carlow, a keen equestrian, was with his family at a charity auction in the Newpark Hotel in Kilkenny.
Barry Geraghty had a tough day at the office today.
With the Irish racing community having another fantastic week at Cheltenham we spoke to one young jockey from Kilbrin in Cork who is just starting out in his racing career.
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