Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Australian jockey punches his horse in the stomach before a race

Australian jockey punches his horse in the stomach before a race

Here's a disgusting video of a lowlife jockey socking a horse in the stomach before a race in Australia, and we're warning you, it's pretty tough to watch.

Australian jockey Dylan Caboche has been suspended two weeks after punching his horse prior to a race earlier this week.

Jockey Dylan Caboche, who has ridden 40 winners in the past year, was slowly riding She's Reneldasgirl into the starting gates when she reared and almost caused him to fall off his mount.

An immediate enquiry was held and stewards opted to suspend the jockey, who has ridden 40 winners in the a year ago, for two weeks. So he hopped off the filly and gave her a punch in the stomach, which seems like the least appropriate response possible.

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'TRSA does not condone and will not tolerate such behaviour, ' Thoroughbred Racing SA said in a statement.

He later issued an apology to the filly's connections, his fellow SA jockeys and those nationwide.

But the penalty isn't enough for members of the Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses who argue Caboche got away with his crime.

He said: "I want to genuinely, sincerely and unreservedly apologise to everyone for my actions".

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"This moment of madness and frustration is totally unacceptable but completely out of character with everything I have seen through the time I've employed him", Balfour said.

"No matter how hard my mount was, it just can't justify what I did", he said. "I understand and accept that no matter how hard my mount was, it can't justify what I did".

According to Punters.com, Caboche's suspension will run from midnight November 17 to December 1.

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