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Lesnar’s final result heard in the stewards room for second race in a row | The Advocate

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It was almost a case of history repeating for trainer Glenn Stevenson and jockey Daniel Ganderton at Spreyton on Sunday, with the stewards making the final decision on Lesnar’s placing for the second race in a row. But unlike his visit to Mowbray earlier this month which saw a protest upheld and the seven-year-old grey relegated to second, Lesnar had the stewards decide in his favour this time around to take out the Benchmark 66 Handicap over 1350m. The protest was for interference in the home straight with the second-placed Azara, ridden by Georgie Catania, but stewards dismissed it soon after. Stevenson said Lesnar, who was the $1.80 favourite, has a habit…



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