Kay Two owners launch appeal

An appeal has been lodged by the owners of Kay Two against the decision by the Curragh stewards not to promote their horse to third place following an inquiry into Sunday’s Anheuser Busch Railway Stakes.

An appeal has been lodged by the owners of Kay Two against the decision by the Curragh stewards not to promote their horse to third place following an inquiry into Sunday’s Anheuser Busch Railway Stakes.

Kay Two, who carries the colours of Hugh McGahon, finished fourth behind Democratic Deficit, Russian Blue and L’Altro Mondo in the Group Two contest after being hampered well inside the final furlong.

Following an inquiry into two incidents, the local officials allowed the judge’s placings to stand.

However, they found that Tadgh O’Shea, who partnered third-placed L’Altro Mondo, had “ridden carelessly” and suspended him for two days.

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