Four trainers fined for being late with their steeds

Four trainers fined for being late with their steeds
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The authorities of the National Hippodrome Institute fined coaches Abraham Campos and Fernando Parilli with 100 units, Juan Carlos García and Gabriel Márquez with 50 units and Rafael Vicente Alemán with two.

The judges also applied 10 units of fine to the riders Lexander Sánchez and Francisco Quevedo for getting up in the stirrups before the arrival of the first race last Sunday with the Albáfica mare, who was second to the winner Reina Bonita and Strength Fiorella who did not appear on the scoreboard.

In accordance with the legal provisions published on the Twitter account @OficialINH, Campos, Parilli, García and Márquez, were fined for being responsible for the copies El Gran Juan, Trago Amargo, Villacurana, Altanera and Mía Valentina arriving late to the Routine review that is carried out in the Veterinary Inspection before each race, while Alemán will pay two units due to a report presented by the calving judge in relation to his presented Horus in the seventh race. Gil and Natera were also fined.

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