Angland, Lloyd appeal Slipper suspensions

Monday 20 March 2017, 5:19pm

Tye Angland and Jeff Lloyd have lodged appeals against careless riding suspensions arising from incidents in the Golden Slipper.

Angland rode Single Bullet, a Gary Portelli-trained stablemate to the winner She Will Reign, while Lloyd was aboard beaten favourite Houtzen.

Lloyd was outed for his actions in the early part of the race when he shifted in on Teaspoon who in turn inconvenienced Diamond Tathagata who lost his position.

Diamond Tathagata again lost his running in the straight when Angland shifted out on Single Bullet.

Both appeals will be heard on Friday.

Kerrin McEvoy was outed for his winning ride on Russian Revolution in the Galaxy, one of two Group One victories for the jockey on Saturday.

McEvoy will miss Saturday's meeting at Rosehill and be back in time for the two days of The Championships at Randwick.

– AAP

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