Video: Jockey tells presenter he has 'raging horn' on live TV after win

Dean Yendall speaking to his interviewer (Pic: Twitter/@Racing)
Dean Yendall speaking to his interviewer (Pic: [email protected])

An Australian jockey declared that he had a "raging horn" after winning a horse race today.

Jockey Dean Yendall sets viewers pulses racing by letting his interviewer know that he possessed a "raging horn" after riding 'I Am A Star' to victory at Flemington Racecourse in Victoria, Australia.

The 32-year-old celebrated his Victoria Derby win by telling a mounted Channel Seven interviewer that he had a "raging horn right now".

Listen closely to the video from the start to hear Yendall's hilarious proclamation:

After Yendall states "mate, I have got a raging horn right now, it is the best", the interviewer calmly responds with "you are mad" before going on with the post-race chat.

Yendall was warned by race stewards over his comments after they were picked up on social media but no action was taken against the jockey.

The racecourse's chief steward Terry Bailey told News Limited: "What do you expect when you have a microphone thrust in your face straight after a race?

"It is a time when emotions can get the better of you."