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Offline napes

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« 2013-May-31, 09:35 PM Reply #25 »
I would think once a precedence is set all states will follow suit.

Drenching isn't a crime. Fixing a sporting event is a crime.

I have got nothing against Bob Elissa but am saying under this sort of ruling someone could go to jail for maximum 10 years for a bad ride.

Is the Gordon Yorke case relevent?

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« 2013-Jun-01, 11:38 AM Reply #26 »


In nsw with the new rules,anything can happen.
Bobbys ban in qld some time ago is done and dusted.
Drenching is not a crime but giving one anything 24 hours before a race is breaking the rules.

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« 2013-Jun-18, 06:50 PM Reply #27 »
 wily ole dog writes ... May 18, 2013, 00:51:35
Leon had a beauty during the week. Wonder if anyone noticed


Good to see they asked some questions

After questioning T Sadler regarding his riding of Supreme Warrior (NZ), Stewards adjourned an inquiry into this matter to a date to be fixed.  A subsequent veterinary examination of Supreme Warrior (NZ) revealed no abnormalities.


anyone got an update of when the resumed enquiry is/was?
 


Mmm, been scratched from Melbourne & sydney the past few weeks. Not sure why anyone have a clue :chin:

It's in tomorrow, Sandown race 4

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« 2013-Jun-18, 08:27 PM Reply #28 »
now Wily, this may or may not mean anything, but i couldn't help but notice something that sticks out like dogs testacles, on both Victoria and NSW tab's, someone has shown their hand EARLY, in both states while the pool isn't much, that race is SIGNIFICANTLY higher than the other races. And guess what ?

It's paying $1.04 on NSWTAB and $1.40 the win supertab, and fixed odds it's $4, Michael Rodd doing the steering

for your visual pleasure   :lol:  


https://www.tab.com.au/#!/nsw/racing/betting/standard/SANDOWN/Races/4/19-Jun-2013  NSW TAB

https://www.tab.com.au/#!/vic/racing/betting/standard/SANDOWN/Races/4/19-Jun-2013  VICT TAB

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« 2013-Jun-18, 08:33 PM Reply #29 »
Yes mate, I logged on hoping my video work would get me a nice price. Lo and behold they have got in early  :lol:

Wonder what Peter M thinks about the integrity of melbourne racing and the nominated trainer :chin:

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« 2013-Jun-18, 08:49 PM Reply #30 »
and just quietly, it goes good 2nd up (rain no problem either), and it just happens to be 2nd up tomorrow...oops did i say just quietly on the world wide web ?   :lol:

6 SUPREME WARRIOR B G 4
M RODD
55.5
Leon Corstens - Kyneton (1)

Yellow, Royal Blue Knight, Yellow And Royal Blue Stripe Sleeves, Yellow And Royal Blue Star Cap13:4-0-3 $62472  W 2:1-0-0     T 1:0-0-0    D 4:1-0-1     1st UP  4:1-0-2     2nd UP  3:2-0-1  Golan (IRE) - Paierau Princess (NZ)

8-12 FLEM G 15Dec12 1410   3&4Y 0 - 78   N Hall (3) 58   $15.0 Lampedusa 4.2L  1-23.81
5-11 M VL G 29Dec12 1200   0 - 78   A Forbes (7) 54.5   $12.0 Le Bonsir 4.0L  1-10.15
8-16 SANL H 15May 1200   BM82   T Sadler (15) 53.5   $11.0 Briefed 7.0L  1-14.22

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« 2013-Jun-19, 12:16 PM Reply #31 »
Wily, "they" have stitched it right up now, $2.50 fixed odds and currently $2.20 nswtab, looks like it's "the chosen one" today  ;)

the $4 last night was the overs

https://www.tab.com.au/#!/nsw/racing/betting/standard/SANDOWN/Races/4/19-Jun-2013

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« 2013-Jun-19, 12:35 PM Reply #32 »
Wily, "they" have stitched it right up now, $2.50 fixed odds and currently $2.20 nswtab, looks like it's "the chosen one" today  ;)

the $4 last night was the overs

https://www.tab.com.au/#!/nsw/racing/betting/standard/SANDOWN/Races/4/19-Jun-2013
If that's what you believe then surely the strategy is:

Offer Lays on the others at Betfair.

And once 6. Supreme Warrior gets too Green, then offer Lays on it to mitigate your exposure.

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« 2013-Jun-19, 12:35 PM Reply #33 »
Just going to post the same thing mate.

I wonder what ever came of the last stewards enquiry. Odds on it was swept under the carpet

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« 2013-Jun-19, 01:24 PM Reply #34 »
only by a neck but got my 2 leg multi up... and got $3.5 fixed just before the first at doomben.. :clap2:

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« 2013-Jun-19, 01:48 PM Reply #35 »
a sneaky corner cutting rails hugging M. Rodd ride, unconvincing but did the job   emthup

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« 2013-Jul-13, 03:43 PM Reply #36 »
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Banned horse trainer back on track after court
Catherine Clifford & Gavin Coote
Posted Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:21pm AEST



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A magistrate has allowed a horse trainer from Attunga facing corruption allegations to return to the racetrack and continue training horses.

Two horse trainers, and the lawyer for a third, re-appeared at Tamworth Local Court.

Trainers Anthony Mabbott, Cody Morgan and Robert Clement are charged with corruption influencing certain races and with corruption influencing the betting on those races.

Lawyer Paul O'Sullivan sought a bail variation for his client, trainer Cody Morgan.

Mr Morgan had been banned from going within 200m of a racetrack, or with carrying on with his profession of training race horses.

The Crown opposed the application, saying the case against Mr Morgan was not just about drenching horses illegally, but about corrupt conduct involving gambling and with interfering with the outcome of races.

Magistrate Favretto ordered the bail restrictions be lifted.

He noted two swabs had come back clear and said it was a matter for Racing NSW to determine if Mr Morgan was a fit and proper person to hold a trainer's licence.

Magistrate Favretto also said a presumption of innocence must be afforded the accused in the legal proceedings.

The Crown also told the court the case was substantial, involving warrants for telephone intercepts, TAB betting statements and TAB business records, and an analysis of two bags of powder allegedly found during a police raid.

Magistrate Favretto adjourned the matter to Tamworth Local Court on August 28.

Topics: corruption, courts-and-trials, horse-racing, tamworth-2340, attunga-2345, bendemeer-2355, duri-2344, werris-creek-2341

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« 2016-Jun-17, 07:35 AM Reply #37 »
Chris Roots SMH update on the race fixing allegations which have gone to court and guilty verdicts announced sentencing yet to be finalised..

"Meanwhile, stewards will make a decision in the next week about whether to stand down Tamworth trainer Cody Morgan after he was found guilty in a Tamworth court on Tuesday of race fixing.

Morgan and former trotting trainer Robert Clement were found guilty of engaging in conduct to corrupt the betting outcome when the Morgan-trained Prussian Secret won the 2013 Tamworth Cup. They will not be sentenced until next month.

"We will have to give consideration to the matter once we read the judgment," Van Gestel said.

Morgan had previously refused to give evidence to a stewards inquiry on the matter under advice from his lawyers.


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« 2016-Jul-29, 07:10 PM Reply #38 »

Judge - Cody Morgan won't be jailed
    AAP - 28 Jul 2016   
A judge due to sentence the first two people to be charged under NSW race-fixing laws has indicated he won't jail a horse trainer for cheating in the 2013 Tamworth Cup.

 
Cody Morgan.  Photo:  Bradley Photographers

Cody Morgan, whose partner is heavily pregnant, appeared relieved at the words of Acting Judge Colin Charteris, who said the 31-year-old had "considerable potential".

Morgan and family friend Robert James Clement, 51, were last month found guilty of engaging in conduct to corrupt the betting outcome of the Cup.

The crown contended they had an agreement to obtain a financial windfall and drenched Morgan's horse Prussian Secret just hours before it won the race.

Morgan also was found guilty of using corrupt conduct information to bet on an event, namely that he knew the horse had been treated, before he placed a $100 each-way bet on the race.

He was also convicted over an offence relating to treating Prussian Secret before the Gunnedah Cup in May 2013.

In Sydney's District Court on Thursday, Clement pleaded guilty to facilitating corrupt conduct in relation to a 2013 Tamworth harness race but asked that two matters be taken into account.

Morgan told the judge of his remorse, of how his parents had to sell a property to fund his trial and his ensuing psychological problems.

On Wednesday, Racing NSW stewards imposed a 15-month disqualification on Morgan but he's free to continue training now as he had already stood down for 18 months.

"I left school in year 9, I don't know a lot else," he said.

He had been an apprentice jockey, but was injured in a rodeo and is soon facing a 10th operation.

Crown prosecutor Jane Kripner said general deterrence was important, noting Morgan was primarily motivated by greed and the cheating attacked the integrity of racing.

Morgan's lawyer, Peter Skinner, submitted that the trainer now "is older and wiser" and a bond or community sentence would be appropriate.

He will be sentenced in Sydney on September 13, before Clement faces a sentence hearing.

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« 2016-Jul-30, 08:48 PM Reply #39 »


The crime was akin to a robbery -- by the connections and tose insiders they told -- and the penalty should reflect the financial consequences of the crime.

Any idea that rigging races -- by 'fair' means and foul -- is a victimless crime needs to be forcefully addressed with penalties.

Rigging race is not part of the game.


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« 2016-Jul-30, 09:37 PM Reply #40 »
Well Peter . . Rigging IS a part of the game

And in the 'rigging' department poor old Cody is right at the bottom of the ladder  . . . $100 EW for God's Sake

I feel a great deal of sympathy for him  . . and while I don't know him , I'll bet he's more likely to be driving a Commodore than a Mercedes

I can only congratulate the judge . .

Sometimes their decisions are . . . wise

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« 2016-Jul-31, 09:22 AM Reply #41 »


If he did not take much...........he does not get much.


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« 2016-Sep-13, 07:05 PM Reply #42 »
https://www.punters.com.au/news/Tamworth-trainer-avoids-jail-over-race-fix_153443/

Trainer Cody Morgan has avoided jail after being found guilty of conduct to corrupt a betting outcome, stemming from the drenching of galloper Prussian Secret.

Morgan was today placed on an 18-month good behaviour bond and ordered to carry out 200 hours of community service.

The 31-year-old and his friend Robert Clement used a bi-carb solution to drench the now retired Prussian Secret in a supposed attempt to fix the outcome of the 2013 Tamworth Cup.

The gelding started at $11 and won the race by nearly two lengths.

The court heard that Morgan had a $100 each-way bet on Prussian Secret because he knew the horse had been treated.

The jury - who took less than two hours to make their decision - also found Morgan guilty of facilitating conduct to enter into an agreement to treat Prussian Secret before the 2013 Gunnedah Cup. The galloper was subsequently scratched from that race by order of stewards.

Morgan and Clement were the first people to be charged under NSW race-fixing laws in 2013. The charges came following an undercover surveillance operation by detectives from the State Crime Command's Casino and Racing Investigation Unit.

The young trainer sat out the entire 2013/14 season but has enjoyed some success in the past 12 months, saddling up eight winners from 33 runners.

And that's that.......no doubt a big relief for him.

Giddy Up :beer:



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