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Dance ban latest twist in story of debts and alleged fraud


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Horses of prominent owner have again been suspended from competing at racecourses with immediate effect

The “now-you-see-them, now-you-don’t” story concerning horses linked to the former owner John Dance took another turn last week, when the British Horseracing Authority issued a brief statement to confirm that runners under the banner of Coverdale Stud and Titanium Racing Club would be suspended from competing with immediate effect.

From racing’s point of view, this appears to be the final chapter in what has turned out to be an tarnished turf career, as James Horton, who trained all but a handful of the horses concerned at a yard in Middleham, has since quit his role as Dance’s private trainer and announced that he will move his operation to Newmarket next year.

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