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« 2020-Feb-17, 08:01 AM Reply #625 »


QUEENSLAND RACING INTEGRITY COMMISSION
 
Race Day Stewards Report
 
Aquis Thoroughbreds
 
Date: 15 February 2020
 
Track: Heavy 10; After R6 upgraded to a Heavy 9
 
Penetrometer: 7.0
 
Rail: +5.5m 1400m-W/Post; +3m remainder
 
Stewards Panel: N. Boyle (Chairman), K. Daly, P. Reardon, A. Turner
 
Officials: Dr.S. Flynn (Veterinarian), Stewards (Clerk of Scales), S. McMahon (Judge), T. Woodham, K. Watson (Starters), K. Kilpatrick, A. Challen (Swab Officials), L. Stokes (Secretary)
 
General:
 
Stewards inspected the track Friday afternoon, 14 February 2020, and again Saturday morning, 15 February 2020. Stewards had concerns with an area of track around the 750m at the mouth of the 900m chute. Following this mornings inspection, Stewards deemed this section of track unsuitable for racing and after consultation with Racing Queensland and Gold Coast Turf Club officials, it was decided that the journey of this race was unable to be altered to a suitable distance and therefore, Racing Queensland abandoned this race. Stewards also had concerns with a section of track near the 1100m at the mouth of the 1200m chute. Stewards deemed this section of track unsuitable for racing and after consultation with Racing Queensland and Gold Coast Turf Club officials, decided that the four 1200m races today, would start on the course proper and not out of the chute.
 

After receiving advice from the Integrity Investigations Team that TOCOKOE and MADAM MAHAL may have been administered treatment today, a day they were scheduled to race, Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that both horses were not treated. Acting under AR20(d) Stewards ordered the withdrawal of both horses at 10.45am. Stewards intend to interview Trainer R. Smith regarding the matter at a later date.
 
As Jockey J. Woodhouse was indisposed due to personal reasons, rider replacements were made as per Stewards Race Day Summary.
 
Race 1 – Abandoned

Extract from the race day report

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« 2020-Feb-24, 07:30 PM Reply #627 »
Banned horse trainer committed to stand trial

Banned Queensland horse trainer Ben Currie has been committed to stand trial on a fraud-related charge that allegedly arose from his horse-training business.
By Peter Hardwick, Chronicle

February 24, 2020 2:01pm

BANNED Toowoomba horse trainer Ben Currie has been committed to stand trial on a fraud-related charge allegedly arising from his horse-training business.

The 28-year-old appeared with his solicitor Darren Mahony before Toowoomba Magistrates Court today for a hand-up committal hearing.

While no details of the allegations were aired in court, police allege the charge period stretches from November 2016 to March last year.

Police will allege Currie engaged in "systematic fraudulent behaviour" during that period, having sourced "unregulated horse supplement designed to enhance race performance" by circumventing current testing methods.

During legal argument over Currie's bail conditions, police claimed the amount of winnings relating to the horse trainer over the period was in the vicinity of $1.9 million.

Police claim the charge was very serious and wanted a bail condition that Currie report to police at least once a week.

However, Mr Mahony argued his client had been on bail for eight months and, apart from once being late by one hour to report, for which he received no penalty, he had fully complied with all bail conditions.

Mr Mahony said it could be years until the matter was dealt with by the court, and his client still had matters before the Queensland Racing Commission. His client had family and business in the region and was not a flight risk, he submitted.

Currie, who until his suspension was one of Queensland's leading horse trainers, has not as yet been required to enter any plea to the charge.

Magistrate Damian Carroll noted Currie had agreed with conditions of bail including residing at an address on the Gold Coast which had been supplied to the court and to surrender his passport and not apply for any other passport during the period of remand.

Mr Carroll committed Currie to stand trial in the District Court at Toowoomba at a date to be fixed by the Director of the Department of Public Prosecutions.

Currie was remanded on bail with those conditions as well as having no contact with three co-accused.

Originally published as Banned horse trainer committed to stand trial

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Previous posts relating to this issue hereunder.

According to QRIC's Annual report the Racing Crime Squad's most significant investigation conducted by the QRCS in 2018-19 was Operation Quebec Creed.
 In May 2018, Operation Quebec Creed was established to address allegations of match fixing conduct and associated illegal race day treatment practices. The investigation uncovered the involvement of two other industry participants, and their roles in the production, supply and dishonest application of unregulated horse products to licensed thoroughbred horses.

As a result of the investigation to date, three industry participants have been charged with fraud with the period of offending being between 30 November 2016 and 6 March 2019. The participants remain before the courts.

It has been reported previously that two other persons were arrested and charged Denis Holbeck and David Litzow both were bailed to appear separately in Magistrates Courts back in July surprisingly there's no further word on where the cases against them stand......it was originally reported that there would likely be more arrests but to date no further or better particulars has been published.
 
Previously reported.....
Two more zapped in Currie saga
NATHAN EXELBY

FOLLOWING the arrest of thoroughbred trainer Ben Currie on Tuesday on charges of using an unregulated horse supplement, two more arrests have been made.

Denis Holbeck was charged with one count of aggravated fraud and bailed to face Brisbane Magistrates Court on July 16.

David Litzow was charged with the same offence and faces Gatton Magistrates Court on July 15.

It is alleged both men enabled and facilitated the administration of unregistered horse supplements by a third party, which resulted in dishonestly obtaining a financial benefit through race winnings.

The charges followed Currie’s arrest in what police allege was “systematic fraudulent behaviour” between November 2016 and March 2019, by sourcing “an unregulated horse supplement designed to enhance race performance”.

Currie is prevented from training after accumulating a total disqualification period of 7½ years for offences ranging from alleged use of electrical devices, race-day treatments and a number of swab irregularities, including the presence of cocaine in two of his horses.
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« 2020-Feb-24, 10:17 PM Reply #628 »
Snippet in the CM today that QRIC stewards will resume an  inquiry into Helsun's run on 16 Jan..... that was the day he ran third in a maiden over 1350 which looked like he had more to offer had more vigour been applied by Nathan Day ......stewards report on the race did query the ride and this is the resumed inquiry to check previous runs and betting and as we know know the horse came out next run over 1600 and went up a grade to Class 1 and blitzed them...it has since failed to fire ....once upon a time retrospective inquiries were reasonably frequent but not so these days.....maybe they will ask for an explanation of why the horse improved at its next outing  .....although they didn't think to do so on the day ...maybe some prompting from above. :o

There have been a number of substantial improvements from one run to the next well documented by my good self IMO a lot more obvious than Helsun....  (Makdanife’s was a standout)  which deserved some attention but failed to get it......and the number of well fancied runners that finished well beaten that weren't questioned or swabbed is an issue that needs to be addressed if punters are expected to support the local races.

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« 2020-Feb-25, 09:53 PM Reply #629 »
Recent QRIC stewards reports.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-18-February-Stewards-Report-Chris-Whiteley.pdf
Alleged Misbehaviour towards stewards Suspended 4 weeks 2 weeks suspended for a period 2 years.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-22-February-Stewards-Report-Philip-Kimmet.pdf
Alleged Misconduct improper conduct +unseemly behaviour As a licensed thoroughbred trainer with QRIC, he did behave in an unseemly manner in that whilst leading THE HOUSEMAN on a public thoroughfare in Waterford Court Bundall, en route to be swum on the afternoon Sunday January 26 2020 around 5.45pm he did have in his hand an alcoholic beverage whilst in control of THE HOUSEMAN fined a total of $1200

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-20-February-Stewards-Report-Alan-Jones.pdf
Positive swab DEXAMETHASONE.Fined $3000 and FLAT TO STACK disqualified and placings amended.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/David-Gafa-Stewards-Report.pdf
Alleged cruelty involving death of a foal sometime in 2016 subsequent QPS prosecution resulted in a not guilty verdict. QRIC suspended his license on 25 Jan 2017 in finalising the case above stewards gave him 3 years suspension which expired on 25 Jan 2020.

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« 2020-Feb-27, 04:48 PM Reply #630 »
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-21-February-Stewards-Report-Reginald-Hazelgrove-Diane-Hannon.pdf

Reg Hazelgrove suspension 28 weeks DQ'd for 28 weeks to be served concurrently but another 9 months DQ"d on 3 charges improper conduct... failure to comply.... and possession of a banned substance Nandrolone.... Ms Hannon also penalised for  the same alleged offences out for 9 months for the banned substance to  follow on concurrent penalties suspended for 28 weeks DQ'd 3 months on the other charges.

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« 2020-Mar-01, 09:45 AM Reply #631 »
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Tim-Hurley-Stewards-Report-14-Feb-2020.pdf

In the SM today Nathan Exelby reported the .."Stewards yesterday published the findings of a February inquiry that led to Deagon trainer Tim Hurleybeing disqualified for six months."......the stewards report referred to was dated 14 February but was only published yesty.....and slotted  sequentially into the  timeslot on QRIC's website as though it had been published on the date of the decision ......no reason given for this apparent oversight.

While no specific details of the alleged offensive conduct were provided 6 months disqualification seems unduly harsh ... loss of livlihood ...why not a fine instead.....he has the option of seeking an Internal Review.

Then yesterday Luke Tarrant copped a fine of $1000 for not reporting (presumably to the starter and or the vet) before the race Exondabeach made some respiratory noises on route to the barriers......if he wasn't concerned he wouldn't consider it necessary to report it .....and had he done so would a vet check at the barrier have indicated a problem for his honesty he has paid the price..,,he'll be more careful in the future.

EXONDABEACH – Jumped away awkwardly.  When questioned regarding the performance jockey L. Tarrant stated that EXONDABEACH made some respiratory noises on route to the barriers, which was not overly concerned with.  He further stated his mount did not travel well at any stage and raced flat.  In addition, on pulling up it coughed on a couple of occasions.  A post race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be making slight respiratory noises.  Following a recommendation from the veterinary surgeon, trainer T. Sears was advised to have the filly scoped and provide results to stewards. Jockey L. Tarrant was pleaded guilty to a charge under AR114, in that whilst on route to the barriers his mount coughed on a number of occasions and he failed to report the matter to the stewards or in their absence the starter prior to the start of the race.  Jockey Tarrant was fined $1000.

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« 2020-Mar-02, 07:08 PM Reply #632 »
On Press Room today Davie Fowler opined the stewards were unduly harsh in fining Luke Tarrant $1000 on Saturday a proposition with which Nathan Exelby and my good self all think alike....most unfair.
 
I had been expecting Davie to interview Shane Graham as he had foreshadowed he had lined him up for an interview..... for when I thought would have been today as I heard it .... that was a couple of weeks ago...... but Shane was a no show today and Davie said nary a word in explanation...forumites will recall Shane had been charged by the Racing Crime Squad with some alleged fraudulent activity on which after a 4 day trial  the jury couldn't agree ..... and he was committed  to front the District Court before a different judge ........on the morning of that second trial  the learned  judge dismissed the charge as lacking merit.

I understand there is a second charge which has yet to be set down for hearing so it's unlikely Shane would want to speak publicly while that matter has yet to be dealt with which no doubt explains today's no show.....if I am wrong in this assumption no doubt Davie will correct me.......assuming he is still interested in the forum.

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« 2020-Mar-02, 07:40 PM Reply #633 »


What does anyone expect from 'procedures' in Queensland?

.........they should pay the rest of us to get a visa to go there .... and reject any applicant with an attachment to fair play.

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« 2020-Mar-03, 11:58 AM Reply #634 »
Yawn!!!! the more things change, the more they stay the same.

Haven't been on here for ages and with this dribble still continuing, won't be coming back for quite some time.

Magic, it's high time for some action to be taken. Allowing this idiot's dribble to continue is embarrassing to racing and everyone that has ever been involved in this forum.

It's high tide you put a stop to it. You previously cut off good people in the past for less, so can no longer hide behind the so called forum rule.s Take some action mate, man up- cut him off FFS! It's gone beyond a joke!

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« 2020-Mar-03, 01:12 PM Reply #635 »
QCAT decision on appeal setting aside the 12 months disqualification imposed by stewards and confirmed at Internal Review for a TCO2 positive shown up in a pre race bloodtest at the Sunshine Coast in 2018 and substituting a 6 months disqualification effective from March 1st 2020

https://archive.sclqld.org.au/qjudgment/2020/QCAT20-053.pdf

Some relevant extracts from the learned member's judgment:-


"The Commission has submitted that the Applicant has shown no insight as to the seriousness of his behaviour. Further, it submitted that an offence of administering a prohibited substance is more serious than a presentation offence under Rule 178. Facoory v Queensland Racing Ltd11is cited as authority for that proposition Ordinarily I would agree, but in this case, based on my findings, the occurrence of the prohibited substance has resulted not from an intentional administration but from the negligence of the Applicant. That also happened to be the case in Facoory which caused the Tribunal there, to distinguish it from the more serious case.."

AND

"Before  the  Stewards,   the  Applicant’s  submissions  in  mitigation  of  penalty  mainly concerned the future of the horse Choppa which he described as a very difficult horse and one it would be difficult to place with another trainer. The penalty of 12 months’ disqualification was stayed pending this review. In the meantime, the Applicant has disposed of Choppa and is now training another horse. I do not consider a period of suspension is appropriate in this matter. Nevertheless,  I  do  consider  that  the  period  of  12  months’  disqualification  was  manifestly excessive."

" I make the following orders.The Tribunal orders that:
(a)The decision of penalty imposed be set aside.
(b)The Applicant is disqualified for a period of 6 months.
(c)The period of disqualification to commence from 1 March 2020."


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« 2020-Mar-05, 08:08 PM Reply #636 »

Jockey Nathan Day suspended for six weeks
Wednesday 04 March, 2020
Mark Oberhardt

Jockey Nathan Day has been suspended for six weeks on a handling charge from a race in January.

Day indicated he would fight the charge and suspension through all avenues if required.

Stewards opened an inquiry into Day's ride on Helsun who ran third in a maiden at Doomben on January 16.

Stewards took exception to Day's ride from the 600m to turn and in the straight.

The inquiry was adjourned until Wednesday where Day was charged with failing to take all steps to ensure Helsun finished in the best possible position.

Day pleaded not guilty and stewards imposed a ban that was reduced because of his good record.

"I will fight this with the whole way if necessary," Day said.

"I have ridden for 30 years in three different countries and never been accused of anything like this."

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Very strange that a handful of racing sites published this decision yesterday  BUT at this moment it's not to be found anywhere on QRIC's site not under  stewards reports or media releases ....and there's nowhere else . :o

For what it's worth he should forget about an appeal save his money and have a break .

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« 2020-Mar-10, 09:27 AM Reply #637 »
FROM previous report
EXONDABEACH – Jumped away awkwardly.  When questioned regarding the performance jockey L. Tarrant stated that EXONDABEACH made some respiratory noises on route to the barriers, which was not overly concerned with.  He further stated his mount did not travel well at any stage and raced flat.  In addition, on pulling up it coughed on a couple of occasions.  A post race veterinary examination revealed the filly to be making slight respiratory noises.  Following a recommendation from the veterinary surgeon, trainer T. Sears was advised to have the filly scoped and provide results to stewards. Jockey L. Tarrant was pleaded guilty to a charge under AR114, in that whilst on route to the barriers his mount coughed on a number of occasions and he failed to report the matter to the stewards or in their absence the starter prior to the start of the race.  Jockey Tarrant was fined $1000.[

color=red]SUPPLEMENTARY
From Doomben Race Meeting Saturday 29 February 2020 – Race 6
Co-trainer T. Sears reported that EXONDABEACH underwent an endoscopic examination on 2 March 2020, which revealed a small amount of mucopurulent discharge in the trachea.  No abnormalities were discovered in the upper respiratory tract. A blood count taken showed a slight increase of white blood cells and inflammation. Mr Sears advised that the filly will now receive a course of antibiotics and continue with its current campaign. ENDS
 
This is the aftermath of the jockey Luke Tarrant  being fined $1000 for failing to report the horse made some respiratory noise/s on the way to the barrier which he stated after the race that he wasn't unduly concerned about.......with exertion the horse was found to be coughing on return to the saddling paddock.....IMO tough decision copping a fine for this.

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« 2020-Mar-10, 07:13 PM Reply #638 »
Breaking News young Tommy Berry is up at QCAT tomorrow ...dunno what it's about he was suspended in NSW a few weeks ago but his appeal was successful ...don't recall him riding north of the border lately.

Tommy Berry v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR368-19Compulsory Conference10/03/2020 9:30 AM Room 10

This is awkward Tommy has rides tomorrow in Sydney a compulsory conference might require his attendance in person or maybe telephone will do there's also a cost involved in these proceedings...oops my mistake it was on today....usually the QCAT website changes on a daily basis ...give myself an uppercut.

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« 2020-Mar-10, 07:30 PM Reply #639 »
I pay little attention to Queensland racing but I would say it's the fall in the Derby last June, Arsenal.

https://www.racenet.com.au/news/corey-brown-miffed-at-queensland-derby-fall-inquiry-process-20191022

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« 2020-Mar-10, 07:53 PM Reply #640 »
I pay little attention to Queensland racing but I would say it's the fall in the Derby last June, Arsenal.

https://www.racenet.com.au/news/corey-brown-miffed-at-queensland-derby-fall-inquiry-process-20191022

Probably right ...TB was suspended for two weeks which is well and truly over.

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« 2020-Mar-10, 08:06 PM Reply #641 »
There's movement at the station QRIC published the results of 6 Internal Reviews dating from early January.....click the link to read the decisions.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/internal-reviews/thoroughbred/

Also Billy Healey fined $3000 for a positive to clenbuterol
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/2020-06-March-Stewards-Report-Billy-Healey.pdf

And a surprise raid on a Deagon stable discovers unlabelled medications .

QRIC seizes unlabelled medications from a Deagon stable
The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Integrity Investigations Team (IIT) has seized a number of allegedly unlabelled medications from a Deagon thoroughbred stable following a no notice inspection yesterday.

The alleged S4 medications which under the rules of racing must be prescribed by a veterinarian, have been sent to analytical services for analysis.

Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett said the rules state that participants must not have in their possession or on their premises any medication, substance or preparation which has not been registered, labelled, prescribed, dispensed or obtained in accordance with applicable Commonwealth and State legislation.

 “It is an integrity concern if unlabelled drugs are found in the vicinity of racing stables,” he said.

The IIT is continuing its investigation.

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« 2020-Mar-12, 08:05 PM Reply #642 »
Internal Review confirmed QRIC decision to refuse Danny Nikolic a jockeys license.....no reasons given.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Daniel-Nikolic-IR0018-20.pdf

And two compulsory conferences tomorrow.

Ronald Stewart v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR250-19 Compulsory Conference13/03/2020 9:30 AM Mediation Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Jay Thomas Tex Drakeley v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR006-20 Compulsory Conference13/03/2020 1:30 PM Mediation Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane



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« 2020-Mar-13, 05:11 PM Reply #643 »
https://qric.qld.gov.au/internal-reviews/reconsidered-decisions/

Two additions to the List Michael Murphy and Dale Smith

"Michael Murphy OCR095-19
On 8 July 2019 the applicant Michael Murphy filed with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (the Tribunal), an application to review the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (the Commission) internal review decision 0020-19 of 29 March 2019.
The Tribunal, on 33 December 2019, invited the Commission, pursuant to s23(1) of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 (Qld) (the Act), to reconsider the decision subject of review. 
On 5 December 2019, the Commission in accordance with s23(2) of the Act, reconsidered the decision resulting in the following decision:
1.   The Applicant is guilty of breaching Australian Rule of Racing 131(a) and the particulars of the charge are amended from a charge of reckless riding to a charge of careless riding.   
2.   The suspension period of four (4) weeks is confirmed."

"Dale Smith OCR107-19
On 5 April 2019 the applicant Dale Smith filed with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (the Tribunal), an application to review the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (the Commission) internal review decision 0022-19 of 04 April 2019.
The Tribunal, on 18 December 2019, invited the Commission, pursuant to s23(1) of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 (Qld) (the Act), to reconsider the decision subject of review. 
On 18 December 2019, the Commission in accordance with s23(2) of the Act, reconsidered the decision resulting in the following decision:
1.   The Applicant is guilty of breaching Australian Rule of Racing 131(a) and the period of suspension is amended from a period of nine (9) days to a period of seven (7) days."
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« 2020-Mar-15, 05:12 PM Reply #644 »
Paul Diebert v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR284-19 Compulsory Conference 16/03/2020 1:30 PM  Mediation Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Tomorrow.

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« 2020-Mar-16, 09:43 PM Reply #645 »
Wayne Waltisbuhl v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR276-19 Directions Hearing 17/03/2020 2:30 PM Room 5

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« 2020-Mar-17, 12:08 PM Reply #646 »
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-20-February-Steward-Report-Ricky-Gordon-1.pdf Fined $5K for TCO2 above permitted level .

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-20-February-Steward-Report-Steven-Towns-2.pdf Ingested Arsenic Fined $2K

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Hayden-Barnes.pdf Testosterone
Stewards, after careful consideration with regard to both the scientific and analytical evidence availableto them were satisfied that the concentration of testosterone detected in the urine sample taken from GEE UP NEDDY NZ was of endogenous origin and/or as a result of endogenous activity. Trainer not charged but horse disqualified

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-18-February-Steward-Report-Murray-Thomas.pdf  Dexamethasone Fined $3K and horse disqualified.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/2020-26-January-Steward-Report-Peter-Donohoe-1.pdf TEMAZEPAM and alcohol above the permitted threshold at Marburg track work Suspended 8 weeks

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/2020-21-January-Steward-Report-Greg-Elkins.pdf

Stewards, after careful consideration with regard to both scientific and analytical evidence available to them were satisfied that the concentration of testosterone detected in the urine sample taken from BEE GEES BANDIT was of endogenous origin and/or as a result of endogenous activity. Stewards, although fully aware of the provisionsunder AHR Rule 190(1), with the evidence taken in its entirety deemed no charge nor conviction be imposed against trainer Elkins. Horse was disqualified.


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« 2020-Mar-18, 09:49 PM Reply #647 »
Two latest media releases from QRIC  race meetings to go ahead without punters bookies only essential staff and the Alligator Blood positive to altrenogest on Jan 11  referred to another lab for confirmatory testing.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/qric-works-to-keep-racing-despite-restrictions/

https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/alligator-blood-test-shows-altrenogest-irregularity/


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« 2020-Apr-01, 11:21 AM Reply #648 »
STEWARDS REPORT

MACKAY TURF CLUB, TUESDAY, 31 MARCH 2020

After a no notice stable inspection conducted by Stewards, they had concerns that JARS, WIRRAWAY and SAN RAYMOND (NZ) may have been administered treatment today, a day they were scheduled to race, Stewards could not be comfortably satisfied that those three horses were not treated and as such, acting under AR20(d), Stewards ordered the withdrawal of the three horses at 11.18am. Stewards intend to interview trainer D.Micallef at a later date. Subsequently, swab samples were taken from all three runners engaged.
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Mackay Trainer allegedly found in possession of alkalising equipment
The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Stewards have commenced an Inquiry into a Mackay Thoroughbred Trainer after he was found in possession of equipment allegedly capable of administering alkalising agents.
A no notice Steward’s inspection at a Mackay property this morning located equipment and substances which were seized for analysis.
The Trainer’s three thoroughbred horses engaged to run at Mackay today were scratched and tested for prohibited substances.
Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett said Stewards and the Integrity Investigations Team were continuing their program of no notice inspections and testing of participants to ensure the integrity of racing in Queensland.
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« 2020-Apr-02, 05:11 PM Reply #649 »
Gets a mention in LGHR with a veiled reference to our mate Fours . .


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