The incidents came on the day the Jockey Club launched a campaign to combat anti-social behaviour from racegoers on the main routes out of the racecourse after racing.
On the Friday, victories had come for Lossiemouth, Faivior and Stay Away Fay before the main event – the Gold Cup.
While there has been plenty of controversy regarding the new whip rules, if jockeys strike their horses more than four times their horse will be disqualified as many attending were perplexed at the new regulations.
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