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The trainer who embarrassed racing by saddling the wrong horse to victory Erin Henderson Jersey at Yarmouth a fortnight ago has said he will use the proceeds of a bet on the “winner” to help pay his fine. Charlie McBride was fined £1,500 at a disciplinary panel hearing on Thursday, having told the panel he had had a “fun bet” of £10 each-way at 50-1. “I’m still £1,000 out of pocket,” McBride said, cheerfully. “I’ve no complaints. I expected it to be something like that anyway, because of all the outcry in the press and everything. But it was an honest mistake and it could happen to anybody.” Extra scanning at British racecourses to avoid another wrong horse fiasco Read more The panel chairman, Patrick Milmo QC, pointed out during his summing up that £2,000 was the ceiling on the level of fines for such an offence set out in the guidelines of the British Horseracing Authority. He said McBride was guilty of a “high level of carelessness” but the panel had found him to be truthful in asserting he had saddled the wrong horse entirely by mistake, running a three-year-old, Millie’s Kiss, in a race in which his two-year-old Mandarin Princess was supposed to be taking part. “It has to be said we had some difficulty in accepting what Mr McBride told us,” Milmo said. This was because of evidence produced by the BHA showing the significant difference in appearance between the two fillies. While Millie’s Kiss has no white markings, Mandarin Princess has a white star on her forehead, a white snip on her nose and significant white markings on two legs. “There was plenty of opportunity for Mr McBride to notice these distinctions,” Milmo said. The BHA view, presented to the panel by Lauren Robinson, was that “anyone would be able to tell them apart by sight”. McBride attempted to reassure the panel by saying: “If you stood the two of them in front of me, I could absolutely tell the difference. But on the day, with all that pressure going on, I missed it.” In attempting to explain this, he appeared to seek to share responsibility for what happened with a young member of his staff, a groom who led out Millie’s Kiss to be saddled by the trainer instead of Mandarin Princess, as well as the jockey John Egan. Egan, who had to sweat off some weight in the sauna, kept McBride waiting for 20 minutes before weighing out and handing him the saddle, leaving the trainer little time before his horse was required to enter the parade ring. “It didn’t occur to me that she could lead out the wrong horse,” McBride said of the groom’s actions. “I’ve been in racing 50-odd years and I have never seen anybody lead out the wrong horse before. My brain could not take it all in. Wrong horse wins race: investigation into Yarmouth impostor controversy Read more “We’ve tried not to get her too much involved because she’s only a young girl and we don’t want to be too hard on her. At the end of the day, the buck stops with me. She’s made a mistake, I’m sure she won’t make the same mistake again and neither will I.” McBride also complained that the time between races is too short and about the fact Egan was using an elasticated girth, “which I hate”, to save weight. “That put me further in a bad mood,” he said. He said he and the horse’s owners had been “on Cloud 29, not Cloud 9” after she won. But his celebratory orange juice was cut short by a call from the stipendiary steward, who told him simply: “Wrong horse.” “Mandarin Princess” has been disqualified from her victory but the news comes too late for many backers of Fyre Cay, sent off at odds-on and now elevated to first place. The error was spotted too late for the result to be amended on the day, although some bookmakers have made ex gratia payments to their clientsYou sometimes hear trainers express the hope that such-and-such a horse may be able to “run up a sequence”. Wins are what they’re hoping for but there’s no denying that the veteran Tidal’s Baby has run up quite an impressive sequence of his own this year, having finished second in each of his six races. Extra scanning at British racecourses to avoid another wrong horse fiasco Read more “It’s very frustrating,” his jockey, George Downing, says in this morning’s Racing Post. Well, ya don’t say. But perhaps it’s not surprising in view of Tidal’s Baby’s career record of 17 seconds against just three wins. Asked if the horse is ungenuine, Downing replied: “He probably is a little bit.” Oh well, at least there have been regular dollops of prize money, totalling about £4,300 for the year so far. For a 59-rated horse, that’s not a bad return. He drops into selling company for today’s opener at Brighton and the generous bookies make him just 4-1 to get his first win for four years. I went another way, myself, though I won’t be betting on the race, for him or against him. I sort of hope he can keep his impressive run of seconds going. Sandown should provide a thorough test for those runners who turn up for tonight’s card, 34mm of rain having fallen yesterday on ground that was already on the soft side of good. A bit of sun today will turn everything nice and gluey. I don’t think it’ll suit Canberra Cliffs, one of the market-leaders for the opening amateur handicap, but it very well might suit Unison (5.35), a 7-1 shot. Twice a hurdles winner on heavy ground, Unison was also twice a winner of Flat races at this track last August. The ground was probably too lively for him when he flopped last time on his only run since April. He should give Emma Sayer a good spin. Cassini (6.45) is a really interesting newcomer in a maiden race on the card, being bred to be good and also to cope with soft ground. By Galileo out of a mare who consistently ran well in the mud, he’s closely related to Cunco and trained, like that one, by John Gosden. There’s 7-1 available. Pedigree makes me think Medicean El Diablo (7.45) might really appreciate Ryan Hartman Jersey this first encounter with soft ground and he’s a fair 14-1 for the seven-furlong handicap. Twice a winner on sand at the end of last year, he was a good third on his reappearance at Newbury last month. He ought to be sharper now and I note that the first and fourth from that race have won since

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