One non runner on Wednesday. And three that came second. In one of those races the jockey could be criticised. I am not big on doing that. After all, I cannot do their job. I wouldn't have a clue how to. And neither would you.
Of course punters are quick to criticise jockeys or call them cheats. Undoubtedly some jockeys get it wrong some of the time. One or two get it wrong more often than not. And, once in a while, a jockey is found guilty of corruption. Eddie Ahern being the latest example of the latter.
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