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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2016-Jun-17, 06:08 PM Reply #175 »
1st of 9BERR 19Mar16 1400m Soft5 BM60 $8,300 ($4,840) Cory Parish 54.5kg Barrier 5 Rtg 47
2nd Pointing to Gold 51kg, 3rd Cheeky Rozay (NZ) 52kg 1:23.61 (600m 36.51), 1.5L $7
11th of 11ECHA 10Apr16 1412m Good4 0 - 58 $16,000 Craig Robertson 58.5kg Barrier 2 Rtg 55
1st Easy Best 54kg, 2nd Lomi 51kg 1:26.12 (600m 37.64), 6.9L, 11th@800m, 11th@400m, $5.50/$4.40/$4.40
2nd of 7DEN 25Apr16 1600m Good4 CUP-BM70 $10,550 ($1,865) Bradley Vale 54kg Barrier 6 Rtg 46
1st Storm Approach 55kg, 3rd Honor the Moment 51kg 1:37.00 (600m 37.17), 1.3L $6
5th of 12GEES 13May16 1900m Synthetic BM58 $16,000 ($320) Cory Parish 58kg Barrier 3 Rtg 54
1st Doom 'n' Boom 60kg, 2nd Strada Saliente 57.5kg 1:56.00 (600m 37.24), 10.5L, 4th@800m, 2nd@400m, $5/$4/$4
1st of 13COR 11Jun16 1600m Heavy8 BM50 $6,000 ($3,400) Bryan Murphy 59.5kg Barrier 7 Rtg 47
2nd Hargy 56.5kg, 3rd De Belin 59kg 1:37.47 (600m 37.14), 3.3L $9

Do you know what types of horses go around in "non tabby" BM 50 races?

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« 2016-Jun-17, 06:10 PM Reply #176 »
Do you know what types of horses go around in "non tabby" BM 50 races?

The same sort of horses that go around in BM58 races anywhere in Victoria and South Australia.


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« 2016-Jun-17, 06:11 PM Reply #177 »
Your rubbish regarding referees and now this......

Na I better be quiet I will say something I will regret.

Threat by proxy?

No please. Feel free to say it. Don't be scared of me.

Or we could take out the personal stuff and stick to the topic  ;)

You don't agree with me. Fine. People are not going to agree 100% of the time.

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« 2016-Jun-17, 06:16 PM Reply #178 »
2nd horse in the Corowa race, Hargy, 1 win from 17 starts.

3rd horse De Belin, 4 wins 31 starts. Last win at Holbrook.

4th horse, Delago Sun, previous start beaten 17.7 lengths in a Wodonga BM 58


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« 2016-Jun-17, 06:22 PM Reply #179 »
I've got zero doubt that he hooked it. I saw it before the issue was raised. Only the head on may change my view  but for some reason, it hasn't appeared anywhere.
Unless I've missed it  :chin:

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« 2016-Jun-18, 07:29 PM Reply #180 »
General

Craig Robertson pleaded guilty to a charge under the provisions of AR91 which reads:

Any rider who has a riding engagement at any race meeting shall be present in the jockeys room no later than 45 minutes before the advertised starting time for the first race in which he has a riding engagement and, unless otherwise permitted by the Stewards, shall thereafter remain in the jockeys room until he has completed his riding engagements, when he shall seek the permission of the Stewards.

 

The particulars of being that following his ride in Race 1 at Echuca on April 10th, and prior to fulfilling his engagements to ride in Races 5, 6 and 7, Mr Robertson left the jockeys room without seeking (or obtaining) the permission of the Stewards, for the purpose of making a phone call. Craig Robertson was fined the sum of $300.


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« 2017-Feb-26, 05:28 PM Reply #181 »
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/former-racing-victoria-boss-david-moodie-launches-legal-action-against-racing-integrity-commissioner-sal-perna/news-story/e60f0ce2661b378781f022984d4b600a

Former Racing Victoria boss David Moodie launches legal action against Racing integrity commissioner Sal Perna


Former Racing Victoria boss David Moodie. Pictu Kris Reichl

THE former boss of Racing Victoria has launched legal action against the sport’s integrity commissioner to quash a finding that he leaked sensitive details about a cobalt inquiry.

David Moodie wants his name cleared after what he claims was a flawed investigation set up to reach “pre-set conclusions”.

Racing integrity commissioner Sal Perna found in December that Mr Moodie had told friend and trainer Peter Moody of a cobalt probe into fellow trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh, potentially blowing the ­investigation. Mr Perna also ruled Mr Moodie had misled Racing ­Victoria’s Integrity Council over what he said to Mr Moody.

In a Supreme Court writ, Mr Moodie is seeking to have the findings overturned and an order stating Mr Perna failed to act fairly.

Mr Moodie, a prominent owner, accuses Mr Perna of unfairness and ignoring evidence he gave under oath.

Mr Moodie and adviser Paul Luntz fronted a Racing Victoria Board meeting on December 15 to discuss the report. He says that they told the board: “The Perna report was flawed in that it reached conclusions without supporting evidence, it omitted information, it ignored sworn testimony, it accepted hearsay unsworn evidence some of which was never put to me in preference to sworn testimony, and it appeared to have been written in a manner to reach pre-set conclusions.”

Mr Moodie said he agreed to leave his position “with dignity” after the board considered the report was flawed and no punishment was due.

The next day, Mr Perna released a press statement affirming his findings, made as a result of a long investigation that included interviews with more than 30 people.

He said that while Mr Moodie wasn’t the original source of the leak, he could have compromised the ­cobalt investigation.

Mr Moodie claims in court documents he never identified Mr O’Brien or Mr Kavanagh by name in any conversation with Mr Moody, and “there is absolutely no evidence or testimony that the investigation was in fact compromised in any way as a result of my conversation with Peter Moody”.

“This conclusion is a quantum leap from the passing on of an unsubstantiated rumour without evening mentioning the names O’Brien and Kavanagh,” he claims.

Mr Moodie alleges he told a directors-only session of the board of his talk with Mr Moody.

He further claims Mr Perna’s finding that there was no evidence of a formal disclosure was “inconsistent with my sworn testimony”.

Mr Perna declined to comment to the Sunday Herald Sun.

angus.thompson@news.com.au


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« 2017-Feb-26, 06:17 PM Reply #182 »


Apparently the racing minister has smelt enough to displace the board of RVL.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2017-Sep-17, 10:20 AM Reply #183 »
Was Shinn very quiet on Heidsieck in the highway or am I mistaken

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« 2020-May-26, 03:11 PM Reply #184 »
Should I be forgiving for the ride on Indian Rani in the 5th at Hamilton today :chin:

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« 2020-May-26, 06:58 PM Reply #185 »
I don't think it was dead mate - just dead stiff.

Gets back and 2nd last on the fence and few win from there. Needs a bit of space.

Blackbooker definitely.

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« 2020-May-26, 09:42 PM Reply #186 »
Into the book  :thumbsup:


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