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Offline InTheKnow

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O.P. « 2010-Apr-25, 11:01 AM »
 Friday, 23 April 2010
Stewards Inquiry - Follow the Command

RACING NSW

INQUIRY INTO ANALYSTS FINDING OF AMINOCAPROIC ACID IN A URINE SAMPLE TAKEN FROM FOLLOW THE COMMAND AT THE WAGGA WAGGA RACE MEETING OF 9 AUGUST 2009

RACING NSW OFFICES
FRIDAY 23 APRIL 2010

STEWARDS:
R.P. MURRIHY (Chairman)
M.F. VAN GESTEL
C.G. POLGLASE

The Stewards today opened an inquiry into the Analysts finding of Aminocaproic acid in the urine sample taken from Follow the Command subsequent to that gelding’s win in the Rating 72 Handicap conducted at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Sunday 9 August 2009.

Evidence today was taken from Mrs Barbara Joseph, trainer of Follow the Command, Dr Andrew Mckinney, Acting Scientific Director, Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory, Dr Craig Suann, Racing NSW Senior Official Veterinarian and (by telephone) from Dr Leon Rosen, Associate Medical Director, Commonwealth Serum Laboratories, Victoria.

Mrs Joseph was assisted at today’s inquiry by Mr Paul Matters whereby evidence was taken and submissions heard on the positioning of aminocaproic acid under the Australian rules of racing, in particular AR178B. The inquiry was adjourned so the Stewards may give consideration as to whether aminocaproic acid should be regarded as a prohibited substance under the rules of racing.

Mrs Joseph however was charged with a breach of AR178E(1) of having caused to be administered a medication in the form of an intravenous injection of aminocaproic acid to Follow the Command on raceday prior to that gelding winning the Rating 72 Handicap at Wagga Wagga on 9 August 2009. Mrs Joseph was further charged with a breach of AR80E in that she had in her possession on 9 August 2009 at her stable premises at Thoroughbred Park, Canberra, a substance or preparation, namely a bottle of injectable aminocaproic acid that had not been registered, labelled, prescribed, dispensed or obtained in compliance with relevant State and Commonwealth legislation.

At the request of Mrs Joseph the hearing of both charges were also adjourned to a date to be fixed.

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« 2010-Apr-25, 11:14 AM Reply #1 »
9th August 2009. :o

This has got a beard on it.


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« 2010-Aug-29, 07:18 PM Reply #2 »
I've just noticed that her horses are entered as being trained by

"Barbara Joseph & Paul Jones".

Who is Paul Jones?

How long has this arrrangement been in place?

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« 2010-Aug-29, 07:24 PM Reply #3 »
I've just noticed that her horses are entered as being trained by
Who is Paul Jones?
Her son
How long has this arrrangement been in place?
Recent, not sure of actual date (early July 2010) of partnership.


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« 2010-Aug-29, 07:26 PM Reply #4 »
Thanks Westie.

Doesn't really matter for how long. It's just that I wondered for how long it had escaped my attention.

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« 2010-Nov-11, 10:27 PM Reply #5 »

Top country trainer gets two months on swab charge
Brad Waters
Thursday, 11 November 2010

Racing NSW stewards have suspended a leading Canberra trainer for two months at the conclusion to a long-running inquiry.

Stewards charged Barbara Joseph with three drug-related offences stemming from Follow The Command’s win in the Rating 72 Handicap at Wagga in August last years.

Analysts found traces of aminocaproic acid, an anti-bleeding substance, in the urine sample taken from the gelding after the event.

Stewards charged Joseph with a breach of AR175 relating to Follow The Command’s sample as well as charges of causing a substance to be administered to the horse on raceday and being in possession of a preparation which failed to comply with Commonwealth legislation.

Joseph pleaded guilty to all three charges before stewards suspended her for two months on each of the first two charges. The trainer will serve both penalties concurrently.

Stewards fined Joseph $1,000 on the substance possession charge.

Joseph immediately appealed against the penalty to the NSW Racing Appeals panel and has requested a stay of proceedings until the appeal is heard.


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« 2010-Nov-13, 06:55 AM Reply #6 »
does this mean her son can continue training the horses  :whistle:

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« 2010-Nov-13, 10:29 AM Reply #7 »
As the offence was prior to the partnership being formed I guess the answer is yes.


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