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O.P. « 2017-May-21, 05:17 PM »
Well Done to apprentice Baylee Nothdurft who I have never heard of until this morning......... looking up the results for Toowoomba I saw he rode 5 of the 7 winners last night.........he  has a pretty good record overall so when he comes to town he should do well. :thumbsup:

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« 2017-May-21, 05:31 PM Reply #1 »
16 of his last 50 rides are winners.

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« 2017-May-22, 07:09 PM Reply #2 »
He's going very well no doubt...in my enthusiasm I relied on the SM results which subsequent intelligence found were in error he rode 4 of the 7 winners not 5 as I posted......the last race winner was Dog Days Are Over not She Is Fierce which was ridden by Baylee that's where the press got it wrong. :shy:
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« 2017-Jun-17, 09:03 AM Reply #3 »
Baylee might like the punt according to a report in the CM he is under investigation for some small bets no detail if he was supporting his own mounts or just like one of the boys betting on other races...you would think he should have known better....he'll know his fate possibly on Wednesday when the matter is set down for hearing.

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« 2017-Jun-17, 09:22 AM Reply #4 »
I  was in a pub a few years ago when four young blokes came in and took some interest in the races.

I recognised one as a middle tier apprentice and another as an apprentice with a lesser recognition factor. In the couple of hours they were there these two had one of the other fellows put their bets on for them.

Well, they passed money to him and he proceeded to the TAB window.  If that was betting they were. They could have been passing money they owed for other things and the guy have been betting these paid debts for himself.

From the money passing hands the stakes looked in the region of $10-$20.

I thought to myself   "I suppose they are breaking this ridiculous law but how could it be proved?"



 

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« 2017-Jun-21, 03:08 PM Reply #5 »
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« 2017-Jun-21, 06:04 PM Reply #6 »
Star apprentice banned for betting
Posted by: AAP+Filled in: Breaking, Horse Racing News | 21/6/2017 at 4:05pm
Emerging Queensland apprentice Baylee Nothdurft has been suspended for three months after admitting betting on thoroughbred races over a three-month period.

Queensland stewards will revisit his case after two months and decide whether to reduce the penalty if Nothdurft can show he has undertaken counselling for gambling.

As it stands Nothdurft, who is the leading apprentice on the Darling Downs, can’t resume riding until September 21.

At an inquiry in Brisbane on Wednesday, stewards found the 18-year-old placed a series of bets between April and June on a TAB account.

Chief steward Allan Reardon said the panel was satisfied Nothdurft had not bet on any race in which he rode.

Jockeys are not permitted to bet on races and stewards across Australia have clamped down on it in the past few years.

Nothdurft apologised and told the inquiry the bets had been placed while he was at home when he was between changing stables and was bored..

Reardon said Nothdurft’s charge was brought under a different section of racing rules from the case of Sydney jockey James McDonald who is serving an 18-month disqualification.

McDonald was charged with backing his own mount Astern to win a race in December 2015.

“We were satisfied Nothdurft has not placed any bets on races in which he rode and it is different to some other cases. But a suspension is warranted,” Reardon said.

Considering the precedents of Robl ,Shinn ? and Mc Donald young Baylee has been treated with kid gloves.

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« 2017-Dec-20, 06:28 PM Reply #7 »
Another memorable night for young Baylee Nothdurft at Clifford Park on Saturday evening getting home first on another full hand. :no1:

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« 2021-Oct-20, 08:08 PM Reply #8 »
https://www.racenet.com.au/news/baylee-nothdurfts-amazing-piece-of-horsemanship-20211020

Always a good rider this was a rough house finish remarkable that he stayed in the saddle .  :king:

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« 2021-Nov-10, 10:19 AM Reply #9 »

Champion young hoop takes another break with weight issues



Jockey Baylee Nothdurft. Pic - Grant Peters, Trackside Photography.

By Ben Dorries
12:18pm • 09 November 2021

Brisbane premiership-winning rider Baylee Nothdurft has been forced to take another break from race riding due to weight issues.

It has come at the worst time for the talented young rider, on the verge of the Brisbane summer carnival and the Gold Coast Magic Millions carnival in January.

It is Nothdurft’s second break due to weight issues – he returned to the saddle in March after ending up in hospital last November with dehydration in a period when he was desperately trying to keep a lid on his ballooning weight.

The plan is for Nothdurft – who won the 2019-20 Brisbane jockeys’ premiership – to take at least a month off to get his body right and try to make sure his riding career is sustainable.

In his time away from race riding, Nothdurft will still ride trackwork for in-form training partners Matt Hoysted and Steve O’Dea and he has their full support.

“It isn’t an ideal period to take time off, coming into the carnival, but you’ve got to look at the big picture and Baylee is still a young rider in his early 20s who has got a big future ahead of him,” Hoysted said.

“He is taking a little bit of a break to get things right, as his weight was yo-yoing.

“We have had a good chat to him and from our point of view, there is no pressure on him.

“He remains an important part of our team and he will continue riding trackwork for us while he isn’t race riding.

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Good luck to Baylee a very talented rider weight is a big issue for him I hope he can find a way to handle it without damaging his well being .

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