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O.P. « 2009-May-08, 01:42 PM »
Jockey Corey Brown Lodges Appeal [07/05/2009]
 
 
Licensed jockey Corey Brown has lodged an appeal against the conviction and penalty which he incurred following a charge of careless riding under AR137 (a) at Canterbury Park Racecourse on Wednesday, 6th May 2009. Brown rode Holdem in Race 7 (Freeway's Great Steaks Handicap, 1900m) and the details of the charge a-
 
Corey Brown, rider of Holdem, was found guilty of a charge of careless riding in that approaching the 400m he directed his mount out from behind the heels of Really Dutch, resulting in Graced being taken out onto Sir Wally which in turn shifted out, resulting in Spirit Of Destiny, which was racing tight to the inside of Sonic De Lago being further crowded, striking the heels of Sir Wally and being checked. Jockey C. Brown's licence to ride in races was suspended for a period of six meetings to commence on Sunday, 10th May 2009 and to expire on Saturday, 23rd May 2009, on which day he may ride.
 
A date for the appeal has not yet been finalised.

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« 2009-May-11, 01:46 PM Reply #1 »
Brown appeal to be heard Thursday
Brad Waters
Monday, 11 May 2009


Top Sydney jockey Corey Brown’s appeal against a careless riding suspension will be heard on Thursday morning at Racing NSW’s head office.

Brown was suspended until May 23 for his ride aboard Holdem at Canterbury last Wednesday and is appealing the charge in a bid to ride at Saturday’s Doomben Cup meeting.

Irrespective of the outcome, Brown has already lost one ride at the meeting with the ride on Adrian Knox Stakes winner Miss Darcey being picked up Glen Boss.

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« 2009-May-29, 02:38 PM Reply #2 »
Appeal by COREY BROWN (14 May 2009) [28/05/2009]
 
 
RACING NSW 'REASONS FOR DECISION' 
 
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPEAL OF JOCKEY COREY BROWN. 
 
Heard at Racing NSW Offices on Thursday, 14 May 2009. 
 
APPEAL PANEL 
 
Mr J. HIATT OAM — Chairman
 
Mr J. FLETCHER
 
Mr D. McKEE
 
REASONS FOR DECISION: 
 
CHAIRMAN: This is an appeal by Corey Brown, licensed jockey, hereinafter called the Appellant, against a conviction and penalty imposed by the Stewards at Canterbury Park on 6 May 2009 in respect of a charge of careless riding AR137(a). The Appellant's license to ride in races was suspended from 12 May 2009 to 23 May 2009. 
 
AR 137 Any rider may be punished if, in the opinion of the Stewards:
 
(a) He is guilty of careless, reckless, improper, incompetent or foul riding.
 
The particulars of the charge were that the Appellant when approaching the 400m shifted out off the back of Jim Cassidy's mount, Really Dutch, at a stage when not clear of Graced ridden by Peter Robl, resulting in that horse being taken onto the horse Sir Wally which in turn shifted out resulting in Jay Ford's mount Spirit of Destiny which was racing tight to the inside of Sonic De Lago being further crowded and striking the heels of Sir Wally and blundering badly.
 
This Appeal is a re-hearing of the charge. The Stewards were represented by Mr Steve Railton, Deputy Chairman of Stewards - Racing and the Appellant was unrepresented.
 
The Panel has considered the evidence and the submissions made to it in respect of that evidence on the question of conviction.
 
The Panel is satisfied the interference set out in the charge occurred before the late shifting out of Jim Cassidy on Really Dutch. The Panel is satisfied the Appellant shifted out when not clear of the horse Graced ridden by Peter Robl resulting in that horse being taken out onto Sir Wally and Jay Ford's mount Spirit of Destiny. 
 
The Panel is satisfied the charge of careless riding has been established. Appeal dismissed.
 
The Panel has considered the evidence and submissions on the question of penalty.
 
The Panel has considered the seriousness of the breach, being low degree of carelessness leading to checking. The record of the Appellant does him no favours, however, the Panel will have regard to the importance of the race meetings in the suspension.
 
The Appeal on conviction and penalty are dismissed. The Appellant's license to ride in races is suspended from 12 May 2009 to 23 May 2009 on which day he may ride. The $200 deposit is forfeited.
 

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« 2009-Jul-15, 10:31 AM Reply #3 »
A bout of Bali belly has ruled out Corey Brown from Wednesday’s Canterbury meeting where he had a strong book of rides.

Brown returned from a family holiday to Bali earlier in the week but was stood down by the club doctor at Warwick Farm on Tuesday after vomiting during a race.

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:05 PM Reply #4 »
He had the first oportunity to get to the outside fence and yet stayed in the middle.

Jockeys really are dumb.

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:13 PM Reply #5 »
He had the first oportunity to get to the outside fence and yet stayed in the middle.

Jockeys really are dumb.

hes not the sharpest tool in the shed,and i suggest a habit he has,isn't doing much to enhance that

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:44 PM Reply #6 »
hes not the sharpest tool in the shed,and i suggest a habit he has,isn't doing much to enhance that

He learnt quick   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:45 PM Reply #7 »
He learnt quick    :lol:     :lol:     :lol:  


you think?

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:50 PM Reply #8 »

you think?

Well he rode a perfect race and finished on the outside fence

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« 2009-Aug-05, 02:52 PM Reply #9 »
Well he rode a perfect race and finished on the outside fence


1 swallow a summer does not make,and no he didn't finish on the utside fence,he had 2 horses outside him

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« 2009-Sep-09, 10:45 AM Reply #10 »
 Corey Brown, rider of 2nd placegetter Ivory Pegasus, pleaded guilty to a charge under AR137A(5) of having used the whip inside and passing the 200m on the mare on six consecutive occasions, three more than what is permitted under the rule.

After taking into consideration matters of penalty, including the 2nd placing of Ivory Pegasus, the fact that the suspension would include the Stutt Stakes at Mooney Valley on Friday 25 September and the George Main Stakes meeting at Randwick on 26 September the stewards issued a penalty of suspension of Brown's licence to ride in races for two meetings to commence on Friday 25 September at the expiration of a suspension incurred in the Wyong Gold Cup and to expire on Wednesday 30 September on which day he may ride.

In addition stewards ruled that Brown's riding fee and his second place prizemoney percentage be forfeited.


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« 2009-Sep-09, 10:46 AM Reply #11 »
Tuesday, 8 September 2009:

A video review by stewards of Friday's Wyong Cup meeting has resulted in Sydney's leading rider Corey Brown being handed a second suspension for a breach of the whip rules, this time for his ride in the Mona Lisa Stakes.

Racing NSW stewards conducted an inquiry at Warwick Farm on Tuesday after a video review of the Mona Lisa Stakes where Brown rode runner-up Ivory Pegasus who was beaten a half length by Moti in the Listed race.

Brown received a two meeting ban for striking Ivory Pegasus on six consecutive occasions in the final 200 metres.

The ban will be added to the 13 meetings he copped for his ride in the Wyong Cup on runner-up Lodge The Deeds.

He was also fined his share of the prizemoney for both races as well as his riding fees.

The leading jockey pleaded guilty to both charges but had already lodged an appeal against the penalty for the Wyong Cup offence and was quick to lodge a second appeal.

Steward Marc Van Gestel, who chaired the latest inquiry, explained the video system which caught Brown out.

"The review was carried out yesterday (Monday).

The reviews are carried out the next working day after the race meeting and it was picked up that he breached the rules," Van Gestel said.

Brown has requested both matters be heard together.

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« 2009-Sep-22, 04:21 PM Reply #12 »
Moral victory - Brown has whip suspension reduced
Clinton Payne
Tuesday, 22 September 2009


Corey Brown’s appeal against two excessive whip use suspensions has been reduced on appeal and he is free to return to riding at Randwick on Saturday.

Racing NSW stewards suspended Brown for eight meetings on Wyong Cup day for his excessive use of the whip aboard Lodge The Deeds in the Cup and Ivory Pegasus in the Mona Lisa Stakes.

Brown’s suspension was to end on October 1 but the racing appeals board reduced that penalty and he returns on Saturday for George Main Stakes day.


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« 2009-Nov-09, 11:30 AM Reply #13 »
The Corey Brown show rolled into Flemington again on Saturday afternoon, as the star Sydney hoop claimed his third Group 1 of the 2009 Melbourne Cup Carnival.
First it was the AAMI Victoria Derby aboard Monaco Consul, then the Emirates Melbourne Cup aboard Shocking. On Saturday it was All American winning the $1m Emirates Stakes (1600m).

Unlike his victories in the Derby and Cup, the Emirates victory came as a surprise with the often maligned All American, one of the outsiders on the Victorian TAB at $30.

The win was no fluke though, with the David Hayes-trained galloper racing away to score by 2.5 lengths in a slick 1:33.98, just half a second outside Scenic Peak's track record.

Boom three-year-old and race favourite So You Think lost few admirers finishing second after leading and setting the fast tempo, whilst the ever-consistent Gold Salute was a narrow third.

Brown was naturally delighted with the victory, although he did feel the four-year-old son of Red Ransom would have another hard luck story to add to his show reel during the middle stages of the race.

“To come down here and ride one Group 1 winner is great. I would have been happy after the Derby to just go home with that, but then I've taken the Melbourne Cup and the Emirates. It's just super,” he said.

“This horse's life story has been nothing but trouble. He's always in trouble in races and can't seem to overcome that and he did very much the same today. Coming down to the half mile, he was getting over their backs, pulling and doing silly little things.

“He wasn't having the luck, but he got the luck early in the straight, dived through and hit the line well. His turn of foot was incredible today.”

The win provided a much needed boost for Hayes whose Melbourne Cup runner Changingoftheguard was scratched on race morning, as was his Crown Oaks entrant Livia two days later.

The premier trainer said All American, a Blue Diamond placegetter at two, had raced without luck this campaign and deserved all the credit for the win.

“He was great. They ran brilliant time and he's been knocking on the door all spring and he got the runs he's been trying to get,” he said.

“They strung out, Corey had him settled beautifully and the run came at the right time and he trounced them. If you can break 1:34 at Flemington then you're a pretty smart horse in that company.

“He's a stallion, he's a Group 1 winner and an outstanding two-year-old who's trained on at four so I think Johnny Messara (owner) will be very happy,” he added.

All American is now likely to be set for the $1m Railway Stakes during the Perth Summer Carnival.

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« 2009-Nov-09, 11:46 AM Reply #14 »
what a disgrace are bib bob's and the arb whip rules :mad:
unenforceable and affecting the results of so many races that people australia wide cannot monitor....just a way to fleece jocks for trying their best for the connections that support their careers

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« 2010-Jan-11, 03:48 PM Reply #15 »
Brown to go against world's best in Dubai
Brad Waters
Monday, 11 January 2010

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Corey Brown has been invited to tackle the world’s best riders in an international jockey challenge to be held on the new Meydan Racecourse in Dubai.

The Meydan Masters will be held during the Dubai International Racing Carnival and will comprise the winning riders from the world’s premier races of 2009 which includes Brown’s success on Shocking on the first Tuesday in November.

Dubai World Cup winner Aaron Gryder and Sheema Classic winner Ahmed Ajtebi will compete in the series as will Kentucky Derby-winning hoop Calvin Borel.

Mike Smith, the partner of Breeders’ Cup Classic heroine Zenyatta will ride in the event as will Coolmore’s number one rider Johnny Murtagh who won the Irish Derby aboard Fame And Glory.

Japanese jockey Norihiro Yokoyama earned an invitation for his win on Logi Universe in the Japanese Derby while Ryan Moore booked his berth with a victory aboard Conduit in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in England.

Irish rider Michael Kinane won the English Derby and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with Sea The Stars but will not participate in the challenge after retiring at the end of 2009.

Kinane’s place will be taken by the winning riders of two replacement races with Ted Durcan gaining his chance after riding Mastery to victory in the English St Leger while Christophe Lemaire was invited to compete after winning the Prix du Jockey Club on Le Havre.

“The races we have identified have been won by jockeys that are true masters of their craft and we are very excited about this initiative,” Dubai Racing Club chief executive Frank Gabriel said.

“We look forward to celebrating what will surely be a fantastic opening season at the Meydan Racecourse."

One spot in the challenge will be left open in the Meydan Masters for the Dubai Racing Club to issue a special invitation with Godolphin’s retained rider Frankie Dettori the front-runner to secure the berth.

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« 2010-Mar-30, 01:14 PM Reply #16 »
Suspected broken collar bone - will miss the Slipper.

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« 2010-Mar-30, 01:23 PM Reply #17 »
Oh no!  Poor Corey!  They're moving the railing out now before the next race....................!  Problem with track the cause????

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« 2010-Mar-30, 01:40 PM Reply #18 »
Well one slipped in the last (Brown's mount) and bought Ganderton's mount down with him, but luckily Ganderton in fine.

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« 2010-Mar-31, 08:37 AM Reply #19 »
Anyone know for sure if Corey did in fact, break his collarbone?  He told the ambulance men apparently, that he has had enough bones to know if one is broken or not, and he didn't feel he broke it yesterday!  Any updates anyone?????       :what:

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« 2010-Mar-31, 08:41 AM Reply #20 »
Broke his shoulder.

Having surgery today.

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« 2011-Mar-04, 11:56 AM Reply #21 »
Oh dear!  Corey hurt in track riding this morning.   Think Bensley said horse fell on him.   In St. Vincents Hospital???

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« 2011-Mar-04, 12:11 PM Reply #22 »
Sounds crook if the horse reared and then come back and landed on Corey's torso.

Let's hope he is OK.

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« 2011-Mar-04, 12:14 PM Reply #23 »
Complaining of sore shoulder and sore chest!  Dear God!  Hope he is OK.  Undergoing tests at the moment.  Sky World going to keep us updated.  Highly unlikely riding tomorrow, they said.

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« 2011-Mar-04, 12:30 PM Reply #24 »
oh no!! i hope corey is ok...


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