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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Nov-11, 08:59 PM Reply #150 »

Pleas rub some Vicks on my nose ........ I am breathless at the nonsense

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« 2019-Dec-19, 06:29 PM Reply #151 »
TCO2 Positive charge Peter Gelagotis over the 36 threshold but no detail as to how far over it was......the horse ran third.


Story also on Jenny Gow-Whyte  who records another positive cobalt this time she had been penalised previously by the RAD Board for Bute fined $650 and required to refund the prizemoney $12K.


Stewards also on Wednesday issued charges against trainer Jenny Gow-Whyte following an investigation into the circumstances that led to the Ms Gow-Whyte trained, Soul Fire, returning a urine sample containing cobalt in excess of the permitted threshold of 100 micrograms per litre in urine.
The pre-race urine sample was taken from Soul Fire before finishing third in the Elephant & Castle Hotel Benchmark 70 Handicap over 1100m at Geelong on August 3, 2018.
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« 2020-May-20, 10:12 AM Reply #152 »
Derby winner's irregularity confirmed

Carl Di Iorio@CDi_Iorio

18 May, 2020

A stewards' inquiry exploring the circumstances behind the Scott Brunton-trained Vamos Raffa returning a swab irregularity before winning the Tasmanian Derby is imminent.

Vamos Raffa's swab irregularity comes from a pre-race blood test taken before he secured his only victory from eight starts in the $150,000 Listed Schweppes Tasmanian Derby (2200m) at Hobart on February 1.

Tasmania's chief steward Scott Quill told Racing.com on Monday that the B-sample test result had confirmed the findings from the original swab irregularity.

Quill added that no date had been set but that the intention is to finalise a hearing time with Brunton before the end of this week.

"We'll hold an inquiry and gather evidence before any charges are laid," Qull said.

Vamos Raffa won the Tasmanian Derby by two lengths from Skyt, who is trained by Vamos Raffa's original conditioner Richard Laming, who now faces the prospect of being promoted to first.

News of Vamos Raffa swab result continues a turbulent period for Brunton, who appeared in a Hobart court facing multiple charges related to drugs and firearms in December. That matter remains ongoing.

Quill said Tasmanian stewards will allow the court proceedings to run their course before determining whether to take any action against Brunton.

Brunton has been Tasmania's premier trainer since 2014/15 and leads this season's premiership with 41 wins, seven clear of his nearest rival with racing in the state suspended until June 13.

Based at Seven Mile Beach, Brunton has prepared five Listed winners this season, including the Tasmanian Derby, and collected his biggest cheque from the period when The Inevitable won the $500,000 Silver Eagle (1300m) at Randwick last October.
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« 2020-May-20, 11:11 AM Reply #153 »
No comments on what the drug was?