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Online PoisonPen7

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O.P. « 2020-May-10, 04:37 PM »
From Racenet

After four years Peter Moody returns a winner with first runner!

After a four-year absence champion trainer Peter Moody has made a winning return to racing on a cold Sunday afternoon in front of an all-but empty track, and far from the glamour of big city racing .

Moody had not had a runner since March 24 2016 when he had six starters at Moonee Valley and won the Group I William Reid Stakes with Flamberge.

His first return runner came with little fanfare in a Ballarat benchmark 78 when he saddled up progressive four-year-old Shepard, a horse he owns outright after purchasing the internationally bred galloper back in 2016.

Previously prepared by David Brideoake for three wins and two second placings, Shepard was having his seventh start and was given a perfect ride by Moody’s long-time jockey Luke Nolen, whom he had combined with for the majority of the unbeaten journey of the champion mare Black Caviar.

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« 2020-May-10, 05:17 PM Reply #1 »
That is good news. 
A fairy-tale-like resumption, even to the contribution from Luke Nolan.

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« 2020-May-10, 07:33 PM Reply #2 »





I must have forgot something . Why did he give it away ?






I must have forgot something

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« 2020-May-20, 08:47 AM Reply #3 »
Details were given this morning on Racing Post as part of comments on his  second winner (from three starters) - Luke Nolan in the saddle again.

"Moody stepped away from training in 2016 after he was suspended for six months as a result of Lidari (Acclamation) returning a cobalt reading above the permitted level, following his second place in the 2014 Turnbull Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m)."

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« 2020-May-20, 11:52 AM Reply #4 »
Details were given this morning on Racing Post as part of comments on his  second winner (from three starters) - Luke Nolan in the saddle again.

"Moody stepped away from training in 2016 after he was suspended for six months as a result of Lidari (Acclamation) returning a cobalt reading above the permitted level, following his second place in the 2014 Turnbull Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m)."

He had over 130 horses in training at the time.

There was never any evidence of "systemic" doping of horses. If there was then he would have had more positives.

Very poor justice IMO.


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