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« 2020-Jan-07, 08:40 PM Reply #600 »
Why would you even be bothered looking at an application from Nikolic.  Just put it straight in the recycle bin where it belongs.

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« 2020-Jan-08, 07:46 AM Reply #601 »
Why would you even be bothered looking at an application from Nikolic.  Just put it straight in the recycle bin where it belongs.

QRIC is obliged to follow proper process ....your comment might come true........but public opinion isn't a consideration ..after all the form filling is done and considered......  the final hurdle is  the fit and proper person test........others have done time and have been readmitted to the industry....... it's the same outside racing for those committing minor misdemeanors most eventually get a chance to rehabilitate themselves....it's enshrined in the system.

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« 2020-Jan-09, 09:19 PM Reply #602 »
Arsenal , let me acknowledge firstly my own respect for your beliefs in a fair go system and the rules of justice. The problem I struggle with in this instance is that in this coves history there are many matters where several serious major crimes have not been solved.  Of course that does not suggest guilt . However in matters relating to the determination of  a " a fit and proper Person " they do not swing on the rule of Law.  Let these matters be resolved and see if he then is within the criteria.

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« 2020-Jan-14, 06:22 PM Reply #603 »

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« 2020-Jan-14, 07:32 PM Reply #604 »
Just watched the replays of the Dalby races Today. The complete ineptitude of Stewards never ceases to amaze me. When they interview some of these morons for these jobs  why don't they get someone with even a basic knowledge of Racing to test their skills.
They don't ; because I would suggest that those doing the hiring are just as incompetent as those applying. Watch the run of a well fancied runner in the last at Dalby. I think he ran 5th . I know the horse and I am the first to agree that he is limited (extremely) But so was the opposition. How  was he tailed off ten lengths against these cattle ? Don't go looking in the "Stewards Report" , you wont find anything there. Sure he was coming back in trip; but he is still a 1000 metre winner , so he is probably not getting ready for Oakbank.
The so called "Stewards " job is to ask the question. That is all they have to do . There are three possibilities why they didn't. A) they are simply incompetent B) they were in a hurry to get a home or C) they don't want to start something as one steward once said to me. The sad fact is that the taxpayer is forking out millions every year in the name of "Integrity". It isn't "Integrity". It is window dressing.

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« 2020-Jan-15, 09:09 AM Reply #605 »
You would think the stewards would have asked for an explanation on the run of Tyres Are Crucial  it couldn't keep up early 15L away according to the caller but only beaten 1.2L started equal favourite @4.80 so while it's no world beater should go better  when in a more suitable race Bryan Dias would most likely sack it if he thinks it hasn't any prospects he's a good man with a horse IMO....this is the race plus it's under performing record from Racenet.

https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/full-calendar/thoroughbred/meeting/dalb/20200114/race/10

https://www.racenet.com.au/horse/tyres-are-crucial


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« 2020-Jan-21, 08:17 PM Reply #606 »
QRIC Media release
QRIC issues animal welfare direction after neglected racehorses found at a Pimpama property

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) has issued an animal welfare direction to the owners of two currently registered thoroughbred race horses found in various stages of neglect at a Pimpama property.

The Commission’s veterinarian and Integrity Investigations Team (IIT) attended the property earlier this week after the case was referred from the RSPCA.

Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett said sadly, one registered race horse had died on the property prior to Commission staff attending and due to the poor condition of a second horse, it was humanely euthanised yesterday.

“Two horses remain in a serious condition and arrangements are in place for their care,” he said.

“Whenever the Commission receives an animal welfare report, the response is swift and in this case it was immediate.”

Commissioner Barnett said an animal welfare direction has been issued directing the owners to immediately increase nutritional and feed intake under veterinary advice and to further address the health of the horses under the guidance of a veterinarian.

“Any change in the horses’ condition must be reported to the Commission and the owners must not move them from the Pimpama property without approval,” he said.

“The RSPCA referred the case to the Commission when it was established the horses are currently registered as race horses,” he said.

Since the Commission commenced, more than 30 Animal Welfare directions have been issued to racing participants.

If you have information about the mistreatment of racing animals or wrongdoing in racing, we urge people to report it on the QRIC Report Something portal on the QRIC website, call 1300 119 291 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

ENDS.


https://qric.qld.gov.au/news/qric-issues-animal-welfare-direction-after-neglected-racehorses-found-at-a-pimpama-property/

QRIC clarification of today’s statement
The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) would like to clarify that the owners of the Pimpama property where two horses were the subject of an animal welfare direction today are in no way responsible for the neglected horses.
The horses are on agistment only at the Pimpama property.
The owners of the horses to which the animal welfare direction was directed do not reside on the property.
The property owner has been cooperative in assisting the Commission in this investigation and the ongoing care of the neglected horses.
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17 January 2020
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No news on developments on the tragic case of the 22 starving near Toowoomba reported by the CM and posted under Racing Talk thread.

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