Rich Strike jockey Sonny Leon suspended for reckless driving
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Sonny Leone, who led Jockey Rich Strike to an incredible Kentucky Derby victory with an 80-1 long shot, has been suspended for reckless driving.
Leon’s suspension will only last 4 days and he may still stumble this Friday (he started serving his suspension on Monday). The decision to sideline Leon came from a trail race in Ohio in late April when it was decided that the horse he was riding, One Glamorous Cheek, had intentionally interfered with another horse during the race.
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Stewards of the Thistledown Race Monitor in Ohio described Leon’s actions in late April as follows: A glamorous cheek took third place, but due to the breach the place was declared ineligible and the horse officially took the sixth place.
Leon’s suspension is his fifth since September. 5 suspensions resulted in a missed monitoring time of 32 days.
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According to the Associated Press, Leon’s suspension – initially reduced to eight days but reduced to four because he failed to attract attention – will not prevent him from launching a strike by the wealthy on the precinct later. this month.
Rick Dawson, as well as horse owner and trainer Eric Reed, have not yet determined whether or not they can participate in the Rich Strike. In this case, Leon will probably be able to climb. “Our job is to go where we should be, but we don’t make those choices,” Leon’s agent Jeff Perrin told the AP.
The final leg of the May 21 Triple Crown prequel, Belmont Steaks, takes place on June 11.
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