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« 2020-Apr-02, 05:29 PM Reply #650 »
WTF,

I did not do it... what ever it is.

Have been rather busy with the stock market of late and my fav South African racing has been off for a while...

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ps will have a look I guess

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« 2020-Apr-03, 10:05 AM Reply #651 »

Apprentice jockey disqualified for six months after defying stand down direction

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Stewards have today disqualified apprentice jockey Zoe White for six months after she defied a Steward’s direction to stand down from riding.

In a Stewards Inquiry held via telephone today Ms White was handed the strong penalty after she attended track-work in Rockhampton yesterday despite being directed to stand down from riding and to self-quarantine for fourteen days.

The stand down order came after Ms White rode track work and nominated to ride in Central Zone 6 earlier this week in contravention to the new Covid-19 zoning rules requiring her to ride in Brisbane Metro South West Zone 2, which is the same region as her Master.

Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett said the actions of this apprentice jockey to place the industry and the community at risk were very serious and would not be tolerated.

“The zoning rules have been put in place to protect the health and safety of racing industry participants and the public in unprecedented times,” he said.

“The adoption of designated racing regions to further support the Queensland Government’s direction to stay local, reduce non-essential travel and to limit the spread of COVID-19 are non-negotiable.

 “These new rules are currently protecting the livelihoods of thousands of people in the racing industry, to flout them shows a total disregard for the difficult situation everyone is currently facing.

“Six months disqualification is an appropriate penalty and a lesson for every racing participant to abide by these directions at all times.”

Ms White’s disqualification commences today until 2 October 2020.

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« 2020-Apr-13, 10:52 PM Reply #652 »
At QCAT tomorrow another day in town for Ben Currie he is building up an impressive list of appearances.......notice no need to include the address he's been there so many times could probably find his way there in the dark.

Benjamin Mark Currie v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR260-19Directions Hearing14/04/20201:30 PM Room 5

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« 2020-Apr-27, 07:23 PM Reply #653 »
Darren Russell v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR356-19Directions Hearing28/04/2020 1:30 PM Room 5

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« 2020-Apr-29, 07:09 PM Reply #654 »
Bianca Hooper v Queensland Racing Integrity CommissionOCR014-20Compulsory Conference 30/04/2020 9:30 AM Room 17

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« 2020-Apr-29, 07:26 PM Reply #655 »


Bianca Hooper v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission

                                                         ............the link is not easily accessible for me

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« 2020-Apr-29, 08:29 PM Reply #656 »

Bianca Hooper v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission

                                                         ............the link is not easily accessible for me
It's not a link just a case on the list of QCAT's daily proceedings list set down for  tomorrow...I'm unaware of the issue only that Ms Hooper is a harness racing licensee....and it's a costly process.

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« 2020-May-08, 06:50 AM Reply #657 »
NOTHDURFT TO APPEAL THREE-MONTH SUSPENSION
Thursday 07 May, 2020
 
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Qld rider Baylee Nothdurft will seek an internal review of a three-month ban on a handling charge.
Leading Brisbane jockey Baylee Nothdurft will seek an internal review of a three-month suspension he has received on a handling charge.
Stewards reopened an inquiry on Thursday into Nothdurft's ride on Vega One at the Sunshine Coast on April 25.
Nothdurft rode Vega One when the gelding finished fourth in an Open Handicap (1000m) after coming from last on the home turn.
After the race stewards took evidence about aspects of Nothdurft's ride in the straight and at home turn before adjourning the inquiry.
After taking further evidence on Thursday Nothdurft was charged with not taking all reasonable and permissible measures to ensure Vega One finished in the best possible placing.
Stewards alleged he failed to ride with sufficient vigour and purpose between the 400m and 300m to improve his position to the outside of Ringo's A Rockstar.
Stewards further alleged that leaving the 300m Nothdurft failed to ride with sufficient vigour and purpose to take a run between Just Orm and River Racer.
The third allegation was approaching the 150m until the 50m, Nothdurft failed to ride with sufficient vigour and purpose to take and improve into a run between Tambo's Mate and Just Orm.
Nothdurft was found guilty and sentenced to three months suspension to start on Friday week and finish on August 16.
Nothdurft's master Tony Gollan said the apprentice would seek an internal review.
Nothdurft, who currently leads the metropolitan and state in senior and apprentice premierships, missed last Saturday after serving a seven-day suspension for excessive use of the whip.
He has sought an internal review of a further 13-day suspension imposed for careless riding last month.
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From the sideline it did look a bit off but in his defence Vega One has never won at the distance never won first up and while he didn't knock the horse about I wouldn't be surprised if he succeeds in his appeal on the not blameworthy excuse made famous by legendary advocate Tom Hughes QC.

https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/full-calendar/thoroughbred/meeting/scst/20200425/race/9

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« 2020-May-08, 09:48 AM Reply #658 »
Smells a bit more when the well backed stablemate wins the race.  :chin:

Looked as dead as Julius Caesar to me  :whistle:

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« 2020-May-08, 12:55 PM Reply #659 »

VEGA ONE -- mixtymotions?


Nothing went right for VEGA ONE (5) first up when he drifted back to last and was held up but still managed to run on for a 1L fourth despite not being fully tested. That was a good return and he usually races well second up. Has a strong record here and can atone.

VEGA ONE will settle back from the wide alley, traffic problems fresh will be charging home late.

Nothdurft (pleaded not guilty) was found guilty and sentenced to three months suspension to start on Friday week.............


Nothdurft's master Tony Gollan has said the apprentice will seek an internal review.

[Internal reviews are a Queensland Government process implemented by the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission that allows applicants to seek a review of a decision or penalty. Reviews are conducted by a single reviewer appointed by the Commission. The position is independent from the original decision maker and the reviewer has knowledge of the racing industry.]

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« 2020-May-12, 09:33 AM Reply #660 »
Baylee Nothdurft v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR010-20 Directions Hearing 12/05/20201:30 PMHearing Room 5, 259 Queen St, Brisbane

Benjamin Carl Aherns v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR337-19 Directions Hearing12/05/20202:30 PMRoom 5

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« 2020-May-19, 09:22 PM Reply #661 »
State parliament resumed today amongst the papers tabled during the recess was a document filed by the Racing Minister containing amendments to several sections of QRIC 's Annual Report as detailed in the following link:-

https://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/documents/tableOffice/TabledPapers/2020/5620T657.pdf


"QPS Racing Crime Squad
Our partnership with the QRCS continues to deliver outstanding integrity outcomes for the Queensland racing industry.
In 2018-19, 38 offenders were charged with 173 offences.
Since the inception of the Commission on 1 July 2016, the QRCS has charged 81 offenders with 260 offences.
The QRCS continues to investigate matters of serious animal cruelty, major and organised crime (including fraud and race fixing), and any other statutory offences relating to licensed persons across the three codes of racing in Queensland.
The 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.
Of those prosecutions commenced by QRCS as a result of the initial greyhound live-baiting investigation, one remains before the courts. During 2018-19, 10 prosecutions relating to animal cruelty/breach of duty of care have been commenced by the QRCS with eight finalised and four persons found guilty."

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« 14 hours ago Reply #662 »
Luke Ronald Tarrant v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR103-20 Tribunal Hearing 25/05/2020 9:30 AM Room 1

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« 6 hours ago Reply #663 »
Recent inquiries conducted by QRIC stewards resulting in penalties for various charges found to be proved all have the right to internal review.

Jason Edwards for failing to report a bleeding attack Sir Barnabus $1K fine  ......trainers fined for presenting horses with Frusemide at trials O'Dea and Edmonds fined $1K Smerdon fined $3K for the same drug detected in Removal which won at Doomben way back in July 2019 plus several other jockeys and track work riders dealt with for various alleged breaches.

https://qric.qld.gov.au/stewards-reports/thoroughbred/


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