Okay, so your horse got stiffed and lost the race on purpose, coulda won with a better ride.
I forget, why?
If it was a bottom ten jockey with few mounts and low percentage wins, why does he stiff your horse?
If it was top ten jockey with too many mounts and a good win percentage, why does he stiff your horse?
If it was the owner that gave the jockey the instructions, why would he do that?
If it was the trainer that gave the jockey the instructions, why would he do that?
If it was the agent that gave the jockey the instructions to lose on purpose, why would he do that?
I'm just guessing that there are different answers depending on who is involved, no?
The only one I think I know a partial answer to is when the trainer is involved. I'm certain on more that one occasion the late great Charlie Whitingham gave the jock instructions on a first timer to just take him around for a feel of the track, kinda like a workout, and then he'll be ready next time sorta stuff, but other that that I can't figure out why a jock would want to lose on purpose at a class A track.