The connections of Secret Gesture, who was disqualified to third due to stretch interference in Saturday's G1 Beverly D. Stakes, are considering appealing that decision, according to the Racing Post.
David Redvers, racing manager to part-owners Qatar Racing, called the situation “slightly bonkers.”
“It's tough, if you'd run the race another ten times Secret Gesture would win it every time, she was given an inspired ride by Jamie [Spencer],” Redvers said on At the Races Sunday morning. “It seems desperately unfair and unjust and we're looking at appealing.
“They run by different rules over there so we've just got to see whether or not common sense will prevail.”
Read more at the Racing Post
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