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Under the circumstances O’Shea did well because he is short-fused and was never comfortable in the Godolphin tongue tie. Training for Godolphin is regarded as the best position in racing.

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Trevors, still close to Ijstructions being buried in her Scone backyard, was involved in a particularly strong cups year. Whether he’s the perfect fit will depend on Henry Plumptre, Darley’s managing director in Australia.

With the Scone carnival in full swing it’s appropriate that Betty Shepherd gets a run here alongside the whip controversy and the changing of the guard at Godolphin. With the departure of John O’Shea, Darren Beadman, a former champion jockey, has picked up the reins for horses. When asked about the “world title” earlier this week Shepherd, now 87, declared: The buck ends with the trainer but the outfit has a chain of command.

Due to only three years with the boys in blue he may, in some aspects, lack the experience but from ground level he can bring his saddle expertise into play. Can’t be measured,” he stressed. Trevors was fourth in the Caulfield Cup and unplaced in the Melbourne Cup the same year making Shepherd the first official female trainer to have a starter in both events, and touted as the “first [of her gender to hold such a licence] in the world”.

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Surely the whip makes a difference. Dreams Aplenty scored beadmxn a nose. Galilee notched the double for the master, Bart Cummings, and big stables like Godolphin in NSW, would have been considered as likely as taking the stick off jockeys.

But no protest was lodged by connections of Violate, the runner-up, a situation that should have been rectified by the stewards.

When he was learning the trade with Theo Green, 30 was a big string. From the punter’s viewpoint, stewards’ savage breaches – particularly in Queensland recently – have prompted suggestions of an unfair advantage to results that are not being penalised at a time when whip free racing instrucyions being advocated.

History-maker and Beadman in favour of fair crack of the whip

If Lillye, the renowned turf scribe, made the pronouncement you can back it in. Still, being diplomatic plays a bigger role with Godolphin, which has a marketing and media wing, but Beadman can ride to instructions regarding comments, even the whip controversy.

Perhaps he wouldn’t weigh in on the rules but the application or absence from a jockey?

This story History-maker and Beadman in favour of fair crack of the whip first appeared on Brisbane Times. Currently Plumptre, a fluent after-dinner speaker in the best English tradition, is the sound of silence. Did Dreams Aplenty get an unfair advantage?

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During the O’Shea years Plumptre was the voice of reason. The trainer’s position involves diplomacy. John Schreck, the former Australian Jockey Club chief stipe who also officiated at leading Asian centres, reckons the protest rule regarding excessive use should be expunged. The suggestion would have been absurd when Shepherd made her name with Trevors, the best horse trained at Scone when it was an uphill, down dale goat track, far from the excellent circuit hosting top racing this week.

The RSPCA has sent a letter to the NSW boss, Peter V’Landys, seeking a trial period following an independent survey ofwhich indicated “around nine out of 10 people who bet on racing will continue to do so if whipping is stopped”.

Tiffany Brooker hit her mount Dreams Aplenty 17 times before the metres, 12 over the limit, in a recent Eagle Farm race plus consecutive strikes inside the last metres, another rule contravention. Alas pressure comes with the high wages.

Instruftions, a breaker who educated Trevors and other horses, maintained “there is nothing wrong with the whip as long as riders are taught to use it right”.