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Jockey in controversial Hillsin case banned from riding and racecourses


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Dylan Kitts, whose controversial ride on Hillsin at Worcester on Wednesday led to the horse being banned from racing for 40 days, will not ride or attend a racecourse in the immediate future while the British Horseracing Authority continues to investigate the circumstances and betting patterns surrounding the incident.

Hillsin, a five-year-old gelding owned by Alan Clegg and making his first start for trainer Chris Honour, attracted plenty of support from 10-1 down to as low as 2-1 on Wednesday morning for the final event on the Worcester card, a two-and-a-half-mile handicap hurdle for conditional riders.

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