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Talking Horses: Bryony Frost to miss Grand National over bone break

Bryony Frost misses Grand National

Bryony Frost broke a collar bone in her Monday fall at Southwell, it has been confirmed on Thursday morning. The hugely popular jockey, a winner on Frodon at last week’s Cheltenham Festival, will not be able to ride in the Grand National a fortnight on Saturday.

Related: Anthony Honeyball calls for changes to Cheltenham Festival four-miler

Frost said in a statement: “I’ve been taken aback by all the support I’ve received since Monday. It makes you aware how many people are running with you when you hold out your hand and see who reaches out to help and pull you up.

“The racing world is an extremely caring one. Although we are all strangers within it, we become a family when we need each other and that’s the beauty of it. Yesterday I went to see an extremely good specialist in Cardiff where my x-ray results have shown that I’ve fractured my clavicle. I suffered a fracture previously which healed well under pressure.

“My body’s response from that fracture makes me positive for when I go back for my assessment in a fortnight’s time and a swift return.”

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Sedgefield 2.05 Molliana 2.40 Robbing The Prey 3.10 Tetraites Style (nap) 3.45 I’m To Blame 4.20 Whoshotthesheriff 4.55 Strike West 5.25 Djin Conti

Chepstow 2.20 Hold Me Tight 2.50 Fair Kate 3.25 Kingplace 4.00 Sandhurst Lad 4.35 Whin Park 5.05 Subway Surf
5.40 Double Ross

Ludlow 2.30 Falco Blitz 3.00 Night Of Sin 3.35 He’s No Trouble 4.10 I’dliketheoption 4.45 Musical Slave (nb) 5.15 Ballotin
5.50 Floressa

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Empire showrunner Lee Daniels reveals cast's 'anger and sadness' over Jussie Smollett incident

Lee Daniels, the creator of the television show Empire, has spoken about the cast’s “anger and sadness” over the Jussie Smollett incident.

Smollett has been removed from the final episodes of season five amid allegations of lying to police over an alleged assault.

The 36-year-old actor is accused of hiring two men to stage a racist and homophobic attack on him in downtown Chicago on January 29. He has denied 16 counts of disorderly conduct in court.

Daniels shared a video to Instagram ahead of Empire’s return and said the period since Smollett’s arrest had been a “rollercoaster”.

“Me and my cast have experienced pain, anger, sadness and frustration, and really don’t know how to deal with it,” he said.

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The first episode of Empire was filmed “prior to the incident”, Daniels revealed, adding that the show was made “to bring America together, to talk about the atrocities that are happening right now on the streets”.

Chicago police allege Smollett organised the attack as a publicity stunt because he was unhappy with his salary on Empire.

Smollett denies the accusations and is scheduled to appear in court again on 17 April.