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« 2019-Nov-07, 08:00 PM Reply #575 »
Raymond Law v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR309-19 Compulsory Conference 08/11/2019 1:30 PM Mediation Room 3, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Ray put on a tantrum and was charged with improper conduct which according to the stewards report involved threatening behaviour after losing a protest at AP a few months ago........for his trouble  stewards gave him 2 years and internal review confirmed  the decision.....he was obviously upset at the decision and acted in the heat of the moment not a good tactic as it turned out.

While  he was DQ'd for two years for breaching AHR 240 (c)  stewards indicated they will consider reducing the two year disqualification to 18 months if he can provide documented proof that he has reformed his behaviour.

Tomorrow he gets his chance to produce the evidence.

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« 2019-Nov-08, 07:53 PM Reply #576 »
On course urine testing catches another two  young people one male one female one an  apprentice the other a female track work rider ......both tested positive to prohibited substances and having been stood down previously ......stewards gave them 3 months suspension with the requirement to produce a clear sample on their return.

 https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-07-November-Stewards-Report-Sheriden-Tomlinson.pdf

Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Stewards today concluded an inquiry into a report from the analyst that a urine sample provided by licensed Apprentice Jockey Sheriden Tomlinson at Eagle Farm on 9 September 2019 contained the prohibited substances Ketamine, Norketamine and Dehydroketamine.
Apprentice Tomlinson was subsequently disqualified for a period of three (3) months to commence immediately and to expire at midnight 7 February 2020.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-04-November-Stewards-Report-Charlie-Manfield-1.pdf

The specifics of the charge being that Miss Manfield did provide a sample of urine at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club on 8 October 2019, which contained a substance banned under 136 (1)(g)(viii) namely Benzoylecgonine which is a metabolite of Cocaine

When determining penalty the panel took into account that Miss Manfield has been stood down from riding since 8 October 2019. Subsequently, Miss Manfield was disqualified for three (3) months to commence immediately and to conclude at midnight 4 February 2020.


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« 2019-Nov-11, 07:05 PM Reply #577 »
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/IR0087-19-STEPHEN-POTIRIS.pdf

Breach of Rule 79(2) of the Australian Rules of Racing...failure to report a bleed $1000 fine.

Back in business fully documented reasons for decision.

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« 2019-Nov-14, 09:56 AM Reply #578 »
Arsenic positive trainer fined $2K and horse disqualified .

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-11-September-Steward-Report-Brett-Cargill.pdf

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« 2019-Nov-17, 10:30 AM Reply #579 »
Return to form from The Candy Man yesty after taking on the better class in NSW not quite up to the level down there  but back to his best and head and shoulders above the opposition in R8.......stewards report on the race:-
Race 8:  Staymooloolaba.com.cau Mooloolaba Cup – 1600m
 
SABKHAT – Reared as the start was effected and lost significant ground. Whilst racing wide commenced to overrace approaching the 1200m and was then permitted to stride forward to the lead leaving the 800m.
 
OUTRAGED – Stood flatfooted as the start was effected and lost ground.
 
THE CANDY MAN – Slow to begin.  Whilst overracing passing the 1400m was placed in restricted room and had to be steadied. Then continued to overrace when the pace slackened until approaching the 1000m. Laid in under pressure in the home straight.
 
CAPITAL GAIN – Whilst overracing passing the 1400m was placed in restricted room and had to be steadied.
 
SPECTROSCOPE – Bumped by another runner near the 1400m and as a result laid in for a short distance despite the efforts of its rider. Restrained from the  heels of SABKHAT near the 600m and was then shifted wider on the track.  S. Thornton, rider of SABKHAT, was advised to exercise more care in similar circumstances.
 
COOL CHAP – Overraced when the pace slackened after passing the 1000m.
 
RECKLESS CHOICE – Raced wide.

Summary of action concerning thoroughbred horses
Horses swabbed pre-race
Natch, All Eez, Jeweliana, Tycoon Ace, Advance Warning, Bold Assassin, Sister Patti
 
Horses swabbed post-race
All winners, Le Palmier, Lone Squirrels, Meet Mr Taylor, Reckless Choice, Better Reflection.
 


No mention of the out of character run by VICTORY EIGHT well in the market and expected to go well but it was never in the hunt finished tailed off 14L from the winner Jim Byrne didn't punish the horse as it was well beaten something obviously wrong big surprise the stewards didn't think it necessary to seek a reason for its below par run no vet check or swab........................ the stewards aren't doing the job expected of them when they fail the basics and overlook instances like this...no point emailing them you'll be ignored based on previous attempts to obtain information. :thumbsd:

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/full-calendar/thoroughbred/meeting/scst/20191116/race/8


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« 2019-Nov-18, 05:51 PM Reply #580 »
Fiona Jervis out for 3 months canabis positive Beaudesert.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-14-November-Stewards-Report-Fiona-Jervis.pdf

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« 2019-Nov-18, 06:43 PM Reply #581 »
Amnesty for owners of retired racehorses/trotters extended by QRIC .

https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/qric-amnesty-on-horse-retirement-extended/

"There have been 411 Thoroughbred and 308 Standardbred retirements processed since the amnesty commenced on 1 November. The Commission is extending the period to encourage all those with a race horse that has not been properly retired to come forward now, before 29 November 2019."

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« 2019-Nov-21, 06:19 PM Reply #582 »

Cobalt rule reaffirmed

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) has today moved to re-state its position about the status of unresolved cobalt Steward’s Inquiries after Racing Australia’s (RA) Veterinary and Analysts Committee (VAC) review into the matters raised in relation to cobalt.

RA has reaffirmed its position and does not propose to amend the Australian Rules of Racing.

Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett said that in light of the RA decision all Queensland cobalt Inquiries currently in process would continue to be dealt with in accordance with the rules.

The VAC advice included that;

▪ there remains a view among international racing authorities that cobalt has the potential to positively affect performance and is a welfare risk at toxic levels;

▪ a typical daily diet of a racehorse meets a horse’s cobalt requirement and there have been no reported cases of cobalt deficiency in horses; and

▪ there is no nutritional, medical or welfare justification for the administration of cobalt salts by injection at any time.

Commissioner Barnett said the National racing bodies set the rules of racing, it is the role of the Commission to enforce them and all participants have the right of appeal.

ENDS

Media contact Vincene Overs 0472 842 346


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21 November 2019
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« 2019-Nov-26, 07:54 AM Reply #583 »
A few more cases determined by stewards involving prohibited substances detected

 https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Angela_Graham_-_Stewards_Report.pdf

 Angela Graham ALTRENOGEST positive $3K Fine and Bosendi DQ’D


https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-11-November-Stewards-Report-Gary-Doughty.pdf

3 weeks suspension unable to ride trackwork  tested positive to prescribed medication only "crime"  he failed to declare it ....pretty tough decision IMO to penalise him but waste of money appealing to QCAT.
 
https://qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-11-November-Stewards-Report-Gary-Doughty-–-Cabeirian-Lyrical-Prince.pdf

 Two DEXAMETHASONE Positives  fined $3K for each breach and both horses DQ'd
UPDATES
https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/ipswich-track-work-riders-stood-down/

https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/gap-takes-on-seized-greyhounds/

10 greyhounds seized and relocated to GAP facility .

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« 2019-Nov-26, 08:02 AM Reply #584 »
Bryan Jeffery Dais v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR111-19 Directions Hearing 26/11/2019 2:30 PM Hearing Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Possibly relates to prohibited substance detected using a supplement which possibly unbeknown to him contained caffeine and something else on the banned list.

https://www.qric.qld.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019-04-February-Stewards-Report-Bryan-Dais.pdf

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« 2019-Nov-27, 09:12 AM Reply #585 »
Question on the Notice Paper for today's sitting of State Parliament

1821 MR J LANGBROEK ASKED MINISTER FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT, MINISTER FOR RACING AND MINISTER FOR MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS (HON S HINCHLIFFE)—
With reference to answer to Question on Notice No. 780 asked on 20 May 2019 which related to the 15 recommendations made in the final report of the Queensland Greyhound Racing Industry Commission of Inquiry aimed at improving integrity and animal welfare in the racing industry—
Will the Minister provide an update on (a) the recommendations that are yet to be completed, (b) the government-initiated activities yet to be completed, (c) a deadline for when each remaining recommendation and government-initiated activities will be finalised and (d) specific details of all government initiated activities which have been deferred and reasons for the deferral?

No questions asked on  the review of the appeal procedures on which submissions closed back in August how far has it progressed and when is it likely to be completed and after tomorrow the House is in recess until February.

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« 2019-Dec-03, 07:48 PM Reply #587 »

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« 2019-Dec-04, 11:55 AM Reply #588 »
Ben Currie going to QCAT again today.

Benjamin Mark Currie v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR190-19Tribunal Hearing04/12/20199:30 AM Hearing Room 6, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Nathan Exelby gives the drum on what this hearing is about.
DISQUALIFIED trainer Ben Currie is listed to appear in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal today, where he will seek to overturn two convictions for bringing racing into disrepute.
He originally faced more than 40 charges, half of which have been resolved with many the subject of appeals.
Twenty-one of those charges are in abeyance while Currie answers criminal charges before the Toowoomba Magistrate’s Court.
Currie is on bail for those charges which are unrelated to today’s QCAT hearing.
On racing charges, Currie is serving a disqualification of six years and three months and faces a $10,000 fine after a lengthy series of stewards inquiries, internal reviews and QCAT appearances.
The latest QCAT appeal involves Currie being found guilty of engaging in an improper action following an investigation into text messages relating to the intention to use an electronic apparatus, known as a jigger, capable of affecting the performances of two horses.
The hearing is listed for up to two days.



Possibly Obi was /will beon hand to report the outcome if any.

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« 2019-Dec-04, 12:04 PM Reply #589 »

Test results disappointing: integrity boss
Wednesday 04 December, 2019
Mark Oberhardt

Queensland's integrity chief Ross Barnett says he is disappointed by the number of positive results from random drug and alcohol testing at tracks throughout the state.

Barnett says while it is encouraging that 95 per cent of participants have been doing the right thing, some continue to break the rules.

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission Integrity Investigations Team has carried out 559 human urine samples and 127 breath tests from thoroughbred and harness racing participants.

Barnett says the no-notice testing operation is an important part of the work of the Commission and of the 155 jockeys, 41 apprentice jockeys and 292 track work riders registered in Queensland, most had been tested at least once during the period.

Confirmed positive results to prohibited substances were found in 14 thoroughbred participants, including to THC, oxazepam, temazepam, cocaine, acetazolamide, ketamine, norketamine, dehydronorketamine, amphetamine, methamphetamine, zopiclone, morphine and codeine, and four participants returned alcohol readings in excess of the permitted .02 threshold.

The latest positive screen was taken at Marburg track work on Tuesday when a harness trainer/driver was stood down after returning an alcohol reading above .02 and screening positive for benzodiazepines.

He was the only harness racing participant to screen positive since July 1.

Other positive screens awaiting confirmatory analysis include ones for THC, methamphetamine and amphetamine, opiates and benzodiazepines.

In the period since July 1, there have been seven instances of participants who failed to provide samples.

Two participants have since faced the stewards, resulting in one disqualification and one suspension.

There has also been six occasions involving three participants who substituted their samples and all three have been disqualified. One case is being finalised by the stewards.

ENDS

Barnett's disappointment would be minor compared to the feeling those who have been caught on QRIC's testing would be experiencing...pleased to see harness racing's relative clean bill of health.

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« 2019-Dec-10, 08:12 PM Reply #590 »
Benjamin Shepherd v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR321-19Compulsory Conference10/12/20199:30 AM Mediation Room 3, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Raymond Law v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR309-19Directions Hearing10/12/20192:30 PM Hearing Room 5, 259 Queen St,

Clayton Gallagher v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR156-19Directions Hearing10/12/20191:30 PM Hearing Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Tomorrow's listings at QCAT involving QRIC ...

No news yet on what progress has been made on the review of the appeals process..... Blind Freddy would have come up with an acceptable solution well before this and with Christmas coming it's unlikely there'll  be anything before Parliament resumes in February . :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep:


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« 2019-Dec-10, 08:57 PM Reply #591 »


There is nothing good about racing in Queensland


I will not bet on races in Queensland -- bar 'minor-interest' bets in May, and on the Stradbroke.

Advising the QLD government, it should be shut down -- take the take-out from local bets on races interstate, but do not continue to waste funds from the public purse on racing now of no consequence.

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« 2019-Dec-11, 06:15 PM Reply #592 »
Still banging on with your same old boring politically motivated drivel huh Pete?
Here’s a tip, no one cares what you say or type , stick to bagging RVL will ya


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