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« 2021-Aug-14, 06:12 PM Reply #850 »
Larry has to watch his weight ......I go easy on the sushi too much rice can cause tummy probs

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« 2021-Aug-17, 08:26 PM Reply #851 »
There are two recent decisions under the Internal Review process which confirmed the original decision to refuse the applicant a license ..one was for a track work rider the other for an attendant in greyhound racing ......................as we know the reasons accompanying decisions of the IR are not made public ....neither of the two are known to me.
But as a matter of interest I looked up the Licensing section on the QRIC website 
There's a section under licensing called Standards and Rules which details the conditions licence holders must meet..there's the competency test and the fit and proper person test.
This is what the Greyhound Attendant application requires"-

Greyhound Attendant Licence - Practical Assessment  It is very important that both Attendants and Trainers are competent when it comes to handling a greyhound at a race meeting.  The short time frames for preparing a greyhound for a race, loading it into the starting boxes and even presenting it for kenneling means that everyone must be experienced with the relevant equipment and can handle a greyhound safely.  Your practical assessment must be conducted under the provisions of a Trial which will be supervised by a Steward, and it is necessary for you to make an appointment.  Please contact the Steward’s panel if you reside in South East Queensland and other licensees please contact the greyhound racing club closest to your place of residence.

Part 23 - Trackwork Riders Any person employed to ride (mount), work in or about a registered racing animal in the preparation for racing including riding or taking part in the training, working or custody of a registered racehorse in the preparation for racing must be licensed by the Commission as a Trackwork Rider. Horses spelling and agistment is excluded. Applicants must be 15+ years of age.  Applicants under the age of 18 must provide parental/guardian consent.  QRIC/2016/3022 v2.03 Standard for Licensing Scheme – Thoroughbreds Queensland Racing Integrity Commission  Page 24 of 25 The applicant must:  • submit a medical certificate/clearance; and  • provide an assessment report from two (2) of the following: o Open licence trainer o Senior Jockey; or • Submit a recommendation from a qualified Trainer Assessor who is engaged/authorised by an RTO to assess the person’s suitability to ride trackwork; or • Cert III Trackwork rider; or • Previously held equivalent licence within the last ten (10) years The assessment will determine which level of trackwork the rider will be able to undertake, mainly: • trackwork with jumpouts; • trackwork no jumpouts; • exercise rider (slow work, no jumpouts, up to approx. half pace). Should the applicant not meet the above criteria, their application will not be granted.

Hardly an onerous task to meet those conditions you would think.

I would expect the persons aggrieved by the refusals would have the right to apply to QCAT for a review of those decisions .

Unfortunately for them the opportunity to apply for a stay of proceedings does not appear to apply and it's a long wait to get a decision from QCAT.

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« 2021-Aug-18, 06:26 PM Reply #852 »
Stewards ’ Report Stewards  Report: Date: Charlie  Montebello 2  August  2021
 Panel: D.  Farquharson,  L.  Wilson,  N.  Finnigan Queensland Racing  Integrity  Commission  (QRIC)
 Stewards activities of  Charlie  Montebello from  the 24  July  2021. today  inquired  into  the  betting Group  1  Queensland Trotters  Cup at  Albion  Park  on Betting  records  indicated  Mr  Montebello engaged  in various  bet  types  for  this  race,  including winning  bets  on  Tough  Monarch  which was  successful  in  the  event  and is  registered  to  Mr Montebello as  a part  owner.
Betting  records  also indicated  Mr  Montebello placed  a small  lay bet  during  the  race.

As  a result  of  this  bet  Mr  Montebello was  charged  pursuant  to AHR  rule 235A  (4)  which states: The connections  must  not  lay any  horse  that  is  or  may be  en tered  by  them  or  on  their  behalf, save  that  a bookmaker  may lay  a horse in  accordance  with his  licence.

Mr  Montebello pleaded guilty  to  the  charge  and a  fine  of  $200  was  imposed.  In assessing the  matter  of  penalty  Stewards  took  into  account  Mr  Montebello’s  forthright  evidence,  his clear  disciplinary  history  spanning  30  years,  and  his  guilty  plea.

 QRIC/201 9 /301 9 v1.01  Stewards  Report Queensland  Racing  Integrity  Commission.

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Assume the stewards routinely check Betfair accounts to catch connections which trade by laying one they have an interest in ..this is the first case of its kind that I  noticed ..there may have been others which I didn't see or don't recall...upholding and abiding by the rules is an obligation it's not optional.

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« 2021-Aug-18, 07:27 PM Reply #853 »
Order for costs after offence proven  NSWLR256 A (1) The Stewards, having determined after an inquiry or investigation to impose a penalty upon a person for a breach of, or offence under, these Rules, may make such order as they think fit as to the payment of costs by that person in part or full of any costs and expenses incurred by the Controlling Body in connection with that inquiry or investigation.

(2) A costs order made under this Rule is additional to, and does not form part of, any penalty imposed upon the person. However the order as to costs does form part of the decision made by Stewards, and is not intended to be protected from any rights of Appeal the person may have.    (3) A costs order is payable as a debt to the Controlling Body within 14 days of notification of the quantum of the order, whether orally or in writing, to the person. Failure to comply with the terms of payment, or to enter into a payment arrangement satisfactory to the Controlling Body, may lead to the person being placed on the Unpaid Forfeit List.

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The above is a local rule of Harness Racing NSW .......there doesn't appear to be anything similar in th Qld rules ..it would improve QRIC's bottom line if costs of inquiries and testing could be imposed where offences are proved and/or  positive swabs are detected ....would that be taking the matter too far out of the comfort zone.?

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« 2021-Aug-23, 05:24 PM Reply #854 »
Donald John David Smith v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR370-20 Directions Hearing 24/08/2021 10:30 AM Room 5
Jason Edwards v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR215-20 Directions Hearing 24/08/2021 11:30 AM Room 5

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« 2021-Aug-25, 12:42 PM Reply #855 »
Roma races controversy on Saturday  replay and the stewards report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTFzuFvvnG8

Race 3: DJ & KA HORNICK TRANSPORT BENCHMARK 55 Handicap 1640 metre
 
THE KROC – Stood flat footed as the start was affected and lost ground. Severely inconvenienced rounding the first turn.
 
ATYAAF – Rounding the first turn was hampered when its rider was assisting PROMPT REPLY.
 
MY TARANAKI (NZ) – Bumped on jumping.
 
MAXIMUM HUSTLE - Laid in when placed under pressure in the home straight.
 
PROMPT REPLY – Began awkwardly and shifted in. Passing the winning post on the first occasion, was placed in restricted room and blundered when WAMWARRA BAY shifted in marginally and MY TARANAKI (NZ) shifted out marginally, resulting in its rider app L Barr becoming very unbalanced and almost being dislodged. After viewing the patrol footage and taking evidence from all parties stewards could not be satisfied that anyone rider was culpable under the rules and deemed the matter a racing incident.


Could be a back story to this incident  .....check out  LGHR
 
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« 2021-Aug-29, 02:41 PM Reply #856 »
Some extracts from QRIC watchful eyes over the past two days .

Indian Dreamer which looked a good thing on Friday couldn't pick its feet up despite being given every chance by the jockey it began well in contrast to its previous runs where he walked out of the barrier ...this is what the stewards said :-INDIAN DREAMER – When questioned regarding the below market expectations rider A Mallyon advised the gelding travelled comfortably in a one out one back position however when placed under pressure rounding the home turn was immediately under pressure, failed to respond to his riding and proved very disappointing. A post-race veterinary examination immediately following the event revealed a poor post-race recovery and mild heat stress. Co-trainer Trent Edmonds also expressed disappointment in the performance and advised the horse had recovered well on return to the stable and would report back to Stewards any condition which may come to light in the coming days.

The horse had been pre race tested so it wasn't ordered to be swabbed again ...not sure if that is usual practice ....trainer subsequently advised stewards as follows

SUPPLEMENTARY
From the Gold Coast 27/8/21
 
Race 3 -Trainer T Edmonds reported that a Veterinary examination of INDIAN DREAMER conducted this morning, which included an endoscopic examination, revealed it to be suffering the effects of a virus, for which it will now be treated. The stable will now monitor the manner in which the gelding responds to this treatment before determining the progress of its current preparation.
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From Saturday's Doomben meeting

KING OF THE DESERT- Stewards questioned rider R Stewart regarding the reason he stopped riding his mount over the concluding stages of the race. Jockey R Stewart reported that he had been experiencing some physical discomfort in his back during the event and as a result was unable to ride the gelding out with his normal vigour. Following the event Jockey R Stewart was stood down by the Club Doctor and was unable to fulfil his other rider engagements. Stewards noted the explanation. Riding changes as per summary.

BENTLEY MAGIC – Rider R Fradd reported the gelding was reluctant to improve between runners in the home straight which resulted in him being unable to ride his mount out in his usual vigour. He added that the gelding would be better suited racing wider in future starts.(Couldn't pick its feet up Saturday very well backed my self included ...never again
I find it strange that it wasn't swabbed pre race only one horse in that race was tested Rebel Rock )

BARNEY'S LAW – Near the 1500m was checked and lost ground when tightened for room to the inside of RULE THE WORLD (R Maloney) which shifted in. Jockey R Maloney was found guilty of a charge of careless riding under the provisions of AR131(a) in that he shifted in when insufficiently clear of BARNEY’S LAW which was steadied and taken in onto ULYSSES which was also taken in onto ROMAN AUREUS which had to be steadied. Jockey R Maloney licence to ride in races was suspended for a period of 9 days to commence midnight 6 September 2021 and expire midnight 15 September 2021.

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« 2021-Aug-30, 06:13 PM Reply #857 »
Stewards’  Report   Stewards  Report:  Graham  Kliese Date:  26th  August  2021 Panel:  Peter  Chadwick,  Daniel  Aurisch  &  Tate  Hudson Queensland  Racing  Integrity  Commission  (QRIC) 
Stewards  today  concluded  an  inquiry  into  a complaint  lodged  regarding  the  conduct  and  behaviour  of  licensed  jockey  Graham  Kliese  during  the course  of  the  race  meeting  at  Mareeba  Turf  Club  on  the  26th  of  June  2021. Evidence  and  documentation  was  tendered  by  Mr  Graham  Kliese  and  evidence  provided  by  Stewards who  officiated  on  the  day  was  also  considered.
 After  considering  all  the  evidence,  Mr  Kliese subsequently  plead  guilty  to  a  charge  under  AR  228(c)  which  reads: “A  person  must  not  engage  in  improper  or  insulting  behaviour  at  any  time  towards  a  PRA,  the Stewards,  a  Club,  or  any  official,  employee,  contractor  or  agent  of  any  of  them  in  relation  to  the relevant  person’s  functions,  powers  or  duties”
The  specifics  of  the  charge  being  that  during  the  course  of  the  Mareeba  Turf  Club  meeting  on  the  26th of  June  2021,  Mr  Kliese  conducted  himself  improperly  by  displaying  improper  behaviour  which included  inappropriate  language  towards  a  QRIC  Steward  in  the  vicinity  of  the  scales  area  which  was audible  to  other  licensees  and  officials.
 When  considering  an  appropriate  penalty,  the  Stewards  considered  relevant  penalty  precedents,  the seriousness  of  the  charge  and  the  need  for  a  penalty  to  serve  as  a  specific  deterrent  to  Mr  Kliese  and a  general  deterrent  to  the  wider  industry  to  illustrate  that  this  type  of  conduct  will  not  be  tolerated.  The panel  also  acknowledged  Mr  Klieses’  forthright  evidence,  that  he  was  very  remorseful  about  the incident  and  that  Mr  Kliese  had  proactively  taken  steps  personally  to  help  with  personal  issues.
 Subsequently  Mr  Kliese  was  suspended  from  riding  in  races  for  a  period  of  four  (4)  weeks,  however acting  under  AR  283(5),  Stewards  suspended  three  (3)  weeks  of  the  penalty  for  a  period  of  two  (2) years  provided  there  is  no  breach  of  a  similar  rule  in  that  time. The  suspension  will  commence  at  midnight  2nd  September  2021  and  will  expire  at  midnight  9th September  2021. Mr  Kliese  was  made  aware  of  his  rights  to  an  internal  review. QRIC/2019/3019  v1.01  Stewards  Report Queensland  Racing  Integrity  Commission

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« 2021-Aug-30, 06:24 PM Reply #858 »
James Phillip Leo Byrne v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR171-21 Compulsory Conference 31/08/2021 9:30 AM Room 16

Is this Jimbo the jockey?

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« 2021-Aug-31, 02:24 PM Reply #859 »
Human error cause for greyhound wrong call
27 August 2021

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has investigated a miscommunication of placegetters at Wednesday’s Capalaba greyhound race meeting.

In race 2 the judge called the second and third placegetters in the incorrect order, and the mistake was not identified before all clear was given.

Chief Greyhound Steward Wade Hadley said it was a mistake that should not have happened and can only be put down to human error.

“We will ensure the best available technology is used to prevent future incidents,” he said.

The Commission apologies for the inconvenience caused.

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« 2021-Sep-07, 03:36 PM Reply #860 »
Robert Heathcote v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR069-21 Directions Hearing 07/09/2021 9:30 AM Room 5

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« 2021-Sep-13, 05:49 PM Reply #861 »
Jade Clarissa Rideout v Queensland Racing Integrity Commission OCR086-21 Compulsory Conference 14/09/2021 9:30 AM Room 17

Probably  relates to the 4 months DQ she received for allegedly giving false and misleading evidence to the stewards which was way back...IR confirmed decision in March.

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« 2021-Sep-14, 04:40 PM Reply #862 »
Short report in the CM today quotes Racing Minister Grace Grace as being unable to indicate when the outdated and cumbersome QLD Racing Appeals system (for which the Dept of Ag & Fish is responsible for ....can you believe that ) will be replaced by something resembling a workable sydtem viz Racing Victoria's VRT or RNSW Racing Appeals Panel and Racing Tribunal .

https://todayspaper.couriermail.com.au/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=bdd3f6a0-266e-4bca-aeb7-4f28a8978f33


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« 2021-Oct-04, 09:11 AM Reply #863 »
QRIC Annual Report tabled in Parliament on 30 Sept ........lots of detail but no specifics regarding cases investigated ...just the percentages of outcomes ........interesting that they survey random targets most of whom knew nothing about the QRIC ......licensees overall are somewhat satisfied that QRIC operates fairly 73%....and they are still working with Ag & Fish on the promised independent appeals system ......and hair testing is ongoing but apparently hasn't shown up any positives......must be a waste of time.

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A key learning for the Commission from the 2020-21 Community Perceptions Survey was how well the public knows the Commission’s role and purpose. From the 1,000 people surveyed, 59% indicated they had never heard of   the Commission, 26% had heard of the Commission but knew next to nothing of its role or purpose, and 15% somewhat knew/knew very well of the existence of the Commission and its purpose. In 2021-22, the Commission has an action plan to establish an annual engagement program to raise industry and community awareness of the Commission’s role and purpose.




Objective 2.  Ensure industry  integrity  through   the consistent  and fair administration   of  the rules  of  racing Performance indicators Percentage of original decisions accepted without challenge Percentage of original decisions, challenged at Internal Review, confirmed Notes 1 Results 92.40% 2 Percentage of external review (QCAT) matters finalised in favour of the Commission 3 90.80% 88% Notes: 1.  In 2020-21, there were 1,947 original decisions made by Commission stewards and 148 applications for internal review. Of the 152 internal reviews finalised in 2020-21, 14 decisions were amended or substituted at internal review. The low number of penalties or decisions altered compared to the number of internal reviews finalised demonstrates consistent and appropriate decision-making in terms of penalties from Commission stewards. 2.  Of the 152 internal reviews finalised in 2020-21, 14 decisions were amended or substituted. 3.  Of the 84 QCAT matters finalised in 2020-21:–QCAT found in favour of the applicant in 10 matters–QCAT found in favour of the Commission in 13 matters–8 matters were settled with the applicant and the review application withdrawn–for the remaining finalised matters (53), the applicant withdrew the application and accepted the original decision of the Commission. Other results against this objective includes: •  1,611 race meetings attended. •  1,947 original decisions made by race-day stewards. Objective 3.  Exercise best  practice, skills  and processes   to detect, investigate, and prosecute compliance and integrity  breaches Performance indicators Percentage of original decisions, challenged at Internal Review, confirmed Percentage of external review (QCAT) matters finalised in favour of the Commission Notes 1 2 Results 90.80% 88% Number of successful legal challenges   to double certified reports on analysis Nil Notes: 1.  Of the 152 internal reviews finalised in 2020-21, 14 decisions were amended or substituted. 2.  Of the 84 QCAT matters finalised in 2020-21:–QCAT found in favour of the applicant in 10 matters–QCAT found in favour of the Commission in 13 matters–8 matters were settled with the applicant and the review application withdrawn–for the remaining finalised matters (53), the applicant withdrew the application and accepted the original decision of the Commission. Other results against this objective includes: •  1,611 race meetings attended •  1,947 original decisions made by race-day stewards •  A total of 73% of industry participants across all three codes perceive the Commission as somewhat firm and fair.

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« 2021-Oct-04, 09:24 AM Reply #864 »
Stewards vision is a bit hit and miss of the 6 race meetings conducted since 1 October only 4 have stewards vision ..mostly in the country ..no Doomben or Sunny  Coast ..and no stewards reports from Gold Coast or Doomben meetings on Saturday.

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« 2021-Oct-10, 05:55 PM Reply #865 »
QRIC advertising......(through a recruitment agency) for Assistant Commissioner..... no word on who has got or is in the running for the top job.

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« 2021-Oct-13, 08:03 PM Reply #866 »
Trackwork riders stood down pending test results
13 October 2021

Two Queensland trackwork riders were stood down at trackwork this week after the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Integrity Investigations Team (IIT) carried out a human sampling operation at the Gold Coast.

The riders’ preliminary tests showed indications of a banned substance and they are not permitted to ride pending confirmatory analysis.

Another two riders returned preliminary results which will be further investigated.

The IIT operation included urine and breath sampling of 59 riders which also determined two riders to be unlicensed at the time.

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« 2021-Oct-15, 04:10 PM Reply #867 »
Stewards’ Report Stewards Report: Alisha Ross Date: 12th  October 2021 Panel: Chris Allison, Josh Adams, Ethan Suli
Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) Stewards concluded an inquiry into licensed Apprentice Jockey Ms Alisha Ross for providing an altered doctor’s clearance and giving false and misleading evidence to Stewards at the Townsville Turf Club on 1October and the Mackay Turf Club on 2 October 2021.
After taking into consideration all the evidence tendered by Ms Ross and the Stewards, Ms Ross was charged with the following four charges.
 Charge One AR229(1) – A person must not: (a)Engage in any dishonest, corrupt, fraudulent, improper or dishonourable action or practice in connection with racing: The specifics of the charge were Ms Alisha Ross a licensed Apprentice Jockey with QRIC, did on 1 October 2021 at Townsville produce a medical certificate to the Stewards which she knew was dishonest by altering the date. Charge
Two AR232 – A person must not: (i) Give any evidence at an interview, investigation, inquiry, hearing and/or appeal which is false or misleading. The specifics of the charge were        QRIC/2019/3019 v1.01 Stewards Report Ms  Alisha  Ross  a  licensed  Apprentice  Jockey  with  QRIC,  did  on 1 October  2021  at  Townsville  give  false  and  misleading  evidence  to  the Stewards  by  advising  them  she  had a  current  medical  clearance.
 Charge  Three AR229(1) A  person  must  not: (a)Engage  in  any  dishonest,  corrupt,  fraudulent,  improper  or dishonourable  action  or  practice  in  connection  with  racing: The  specifics  of  the  charge  were Ms  Alisha  Ross  a  licensed  Apprentice  Jockey  with  QRIC,  did  on October  2021  at  Mackay  produ 2 ce  a  medical  certificate  to  the  Stewards which  she  knowingly  knew  was  dishonest  by  altering  the  date.
 Charge  Four AR232 A  person  must  not: (i)  Give  any  evidence  at  an  interview,  investigation,  inquiry,  hearing and/or  appeal  which  is  false  or  misleading The  specifics  of  the  charge  were . Ms  Alisha  Ross  a  licensed  Apprentice  Jockey  with  QRIC,  did  on 2 October  2021  at  Mackay  give  false  and  misleading  evidence  to  the Stewards  by  giving  several  false  statements  to  Stewards . Ms  Ross  pleaded  not guilty  to  charge  one  and  guilty  to  the  remaining three  charges.
 After  hearing  further  submissions  in  relation  to  charge one the Stewards  found  Ms  Ross  guilty. When  considering  an  appropriate  penalty,  Stewards  took  into  account Ms  Ross’s  penalty  submissions ,  the  pleas  entered,  Ms  Ross’s disciplinary  record,  the  seriousness  of  the  offending  and  previous 2 Queensland  Racing  Integrity  Commissionpenalty  precedents.  Stewards  deemed  the offending  to  be  serious breaches  of  the  Rules  which  strike  at  heart  of  the  integrity  of  the  sport.
 Charge  One Stewards  order  a  period  of  disqualification  of  eight  months.
 Charge  Two Stewards  order  a  period  of  disqualification  of  four  months
Charge Three Stewards  order  a  period  of  disqualification  of  six  months
Charge  Four Stewards  order  a  period  of  disqualification  of  four  months
Acting  under  AR283(4)  Stewards  order  the  period  of  disqualification  on all  charges  to  be  served  concurrently  with  the  per iod  of  disqualification  of eight  months  to  commence  from  the  12 including  the  11 June  2022. October  2021  up  to  and Ms  Ross  was  advised  of  her  rights  to  an  internal  review  and  an  appeal.

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