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Archant A racehorse named Jean Valjean lived up to his name when he made a leap for freedom from a seaside racetrack.
Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. A loose horse at Great Yarmouth racecourse led to dramatic scenes on Tuesday October The three-year-old colt was racing in a class 6 handicap over six furlongs at Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Tuesday October 23 when his escape attempt led to dramatic scenes and a lengthy delay in the evening's timetable.
The horse, named after the fictional French revolutionary from Les Miserables, bolted under jockey Sean Kirrane, who managed to jump off the horse before it smashed through the fence, escaping into an adjacent golfcourse.
He then trotted through nearby gardens. Racing was delayed in an effort to try to catch the horse, with staff attempting to corral him back, but he galloped away, disappearing from view.
He was later found on the beach between Scratby and Caister and walked back to the track. Trainer Richard Spencer said the horse had some cuts and bruises.
Always looking to be part of a revolution. Clerk of the course Richard Aldous told Sky Sports Racing: "The problem is we're a bit open, on to the golf course and straight on to the beach and on he went down towards Scratby.
Glenn Tubby, executive director of the racecourse, said: "It's the first time I've ever seen a horse escape the racecourse.