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Elliott's sponsor terminates contract


Prominent owners Noel and Valerie Moran’s company eCOMM Merchant Solutions has terminated its contract as Gordon Elliott’s yard sponsor.

The Morans, founders of eCOMM, also have a powerful string at Elliott’s County Meath stables – including JCB Triumph Hurdle market leader Zanahiyr.

It was confirmed on Tuesday night that the company’s sponsorship association with Elliott has ended.

The statement cited the reason as “recent events”, as Elliott faces an Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board investigation on Friday after an image of him sat on a dead horse was posted on Twitter last weekend.

As a result of the photograph, owners Cheveley Park Stud announced on Tuesday they have moved their horses – including the unbeaten Envoi Allen, and favourite to win again at this month’s Festival – away from Elliott.

The hugely successful Irish trainer is also currently banned from running any of his horses in Britain, after the British Horseracing Authority announced the interim measure on Monday.

Gigginstown House Stud, owners of dual Grand National winner Tiger Roll, have decided to keep many of their horses at Elliott’s Cullentra yard – despite what they described as an “unacceptable” photograph.

A Twitter post on eCOMM 365 read: “eCOMM Merchant Solutions has terminated its sponsorship contract with Gordon Elliott due to recent events.”

Former trainer James Given, who is now the BHA’s Director of Equine Health and Welfare, believes the ruling body made the correct decision in deciding to temporarily suspend Elliott from making entries in Britain.

“These are unprecedent times,” Given told Sky Sports Racing.

“Gordon, at the moment, holds more entries in Britain than almost any other trainer – and so we felt it was appropriate to take the action that we have, while we wait for the Irish to complete their process.”

When asked if Elliott-trained horses would be allowed to run in Britain if the IHRB concludes his actions do not merit a suspension, Given added: “I think the thing to do is let the Irish process work its way through – I don’t want to be speculating what they may come up with.

“We’ll let them carry out their due process and we’ll then react to that.”

While Cheveley Park have already removed the horses they have in training with Elliott to ensure they can run at the Cheltenham Festival, it remains unclear as to whether other owners will follow suit.

There have been suggestions another person could take over Elliott’s licence at Cullentra Stables, allowing the remaining horses to stay in the yard and potentially run at the Festival.

Given did not want to be drawn on whether such a plan was appropriate or feasible, but hopes a solution can be found which allows the equine stars currently at Cullentra to line up.

He said: “Our intention isn’t to stop the horses running – we want to see the best horses turn up at Cheltenham.

“I think we will judge each situation when we’re faced with it.”

From a personal point of view, Given spoke of his anger and frustration – describing Elliott’s actions as “selfish” and “callous”.

“I was shocked, like I’m sure everyone else was, but then anger and frustration were the emotions that took over for me,” said Given.

“So many people work so hard in this sport, to project a good image of the sport, and we were thoroughly let down by a selfish, callous action like that.

“I really feel like I’ve got a foot in two camps still. One thing that has struck me since coming to the BHA is just how many people absolutely love racing, love the horses and want the best for racing.

“I was a consumer of the BHA for a couple of decades or more and didn’t come across these people. But that sense of anger and frustration is just rife across the BHA, as it is across all the training communities, and everyone who loves their horses.

“I’ve had friends from Ireland calling me, expressing their frustration. It’s not just a British thing.

“We’ve all been let down by these stupid actions.”


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Saturday 10 April
28. CLOTH CAP (IRE) 192
Tom Scudamore silk Tom Scudamore horse in focus
Jonjo O'Neill hot trainer
34. FARCLAS (FR) 188
J. W. Kennedy silk J. W. Kennedy horse in focus
Mrs Denise Foster, Ireland
M. P. Walsh silk M. P. Walsh
T. M. Walsh, Ireland
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1st Laura Pearson silk 5. ADELITA (IRE) 13/27.5
2nd Ben Curtis silk 6. ENFRANCHISE (IRE) 9/110
J: Laura Pearson (5)  
T: Tom Clover  
7 ran. NRs: 7 


1st David Bass silk 5. HAPPYGOLUCKY (IRE) 11/43.75f
2nd Jonathan Burke silk 13. JOHNBB (IRE) 9/110
3rd Harry Skelton silk 6. SPIRITOFTHEGAMES (IRE) 7/18
J: David Bass  
T: Kim Bailey  
13 ran. NRs: 2  4 


1st Robert Dunne silk 5. CRACKING FIND (IRE) 7/24.5
2nd Jordan Nailor silk 1. DEFI SACRE (FR) 6/42.5f
J: Robert Dunne  
T: Sue Smith  
All 5 ran.


1st Shane Quinlan silk 4. OUT FOR JUSTICE (IRE) 3/14
2nd Alan Johns silk 5. BOLVING (IRE) 5/16
J: Shane Quinlan (5)  
T: Katy Price  
All 5 ran.


1st R. P. Whelan silk 1. SENSE OF WORTH (IRE) 4/51.8f
2nd James J. Doyle silk ns 13. RODNEY BAY (IRE) 66/167
3rd C. T. Keane silk 4. HERODOTUS (IRE) 50/151
J: R. P. Whelan  
14 ran. NRs: 15 


1st Josephine Gordon silk 6. WOGGLE (IRE) 28/129
2nd Thore Hammer Hansen silk ns 7. DAY TRADER (IRE) 8/151.53f
7 ran. NRs: 2 


1st Oakley Brown silk 1. SWAFFHAM BULBECK (IRE) 4/15
2nd Nathan Moscrop silk 9 6. WHISKEY AND WATER 11/112
J: Oakley Brown (5)  
5 ran. NRs: 3 


1st Tom O'Brien silk 11. THYME HILL 5/23.5f
2nd Harry Skelton silk nk 15. ROKSANA (IRE) 7/24.5
3rd J. W. Kennedy silk 10. THOMAS DARBY (IRE) 28/129
J: Tom O'Brien  
T: Philip Hobbs  
All 15 ran.


1st William James Lee silk 10. RAGTIME RED (IRE) 22/123
2nd D. B. McMonagle silk 9. QUIET DESIRE (IRE) 25/126
3rd Sam Ewing silk 3. DAZZLING DARREN (IRE) 20/121
14 ran. NRs: 15  16 
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