Elliott barred from having runners in Britain pending outcome of Irish investigation
The regulatory board will use powers under its own rules to refuse to allow horses trained by Elliott to race in Britain. Meanwhile, trainer admits what he did "is indefensible"
Gordon Elliott picture "does a disservice to the thousands of people who look after horses"
Britsh and Irish horse racing authorities have condemned the shocking image of Gordon Elliott that went viral on social media over the weekend.
The 2021 Cheltenham Festival: Your essential Colin Tizzard stable tour
Joe Tizzard, Colin's son and assistant trainer, provides the inside track on their small but select team heading to the Cheltenham Festival in March.
Mick Fitzgerald fights back tears as he reacts to shocking Gordon Elliott picture
The Grand National-winning rider said reading the statement from Elliott made him feel "sad" and "quite emotional"
Horse racing tips: Betting expert Dave Nevison marks your card for Tuesday
Our website tipster has a firm view on the JCB Triumph Hurdle and shares three fancies from Catterick, live on Racing TV
Gigginstown vow to support Gordon Elliott following "unacceptable" photo
"We all make mistakes," say the high-profile owners who have enjoyed significant success with the trainer over a number of years, including Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup victories
Betfair discontinue association with Gordon Elliott after shocking photo
The bookmaker will no longer sponsor the three-time Grand National winning-trainer who, on Sunday evening, released a statement saying he "cannot apologise enough"
New stop-race procedures successfully used for the first time at Plumpton
Jockeys and staff compliment the successful deployment of the new measures after an unfortunate incident at Plumpton
12:30Catterick Bridge
2M 3F 66Y (13 runners)
2
J: Harry Skelton
5/6
1
J: Kielan Woods
6/5
13
J: Nathan Moscrop
12/1
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