Pisco Sour (17) finished second to Fury and the result has been upheldPICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)
Pisco camp lose appeal over Tattersalls race
AN appeal by Michael Kerr-Dineen, the owner of £500,000 Tattersalls Millions 2-Y-O Trophy second Pisco Sour, to disqualify the winner of that race, the William Haggas-trained Fury, has been rejected by a BHA disciplinary panel.
Kerr-Dineen claimed Fury was not qualified and "should be slung out" of the race, which is Britain's richest juvenile contest.
He argued the Cheveley Park Stud homebred was ineligible to run due to what he believed was payment of a late entry fee.
However, the panel, chaired by Patrick Lawrence QC, rejected his appeal, saying the conditions to qualify Fury were met.