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« 2018-Dec-02, 11:01 AM Reply #1 »
Small time trainer Andrew Benyan and part owner found guilty of a neglect charge under AR175 (o)(iv) that being the part-owner and trainer of the racehorse, Propiska, he failed to provide to it sufficient nutrition in the period when you were its owner or trainer. 3 months suspension

https://cdn.racing.com/-/media/rv/2018-rv/rad-board/findings-and-appeals-documents/november/2018-11-28-rad-board-hearing-result-and-decision--a-benyan.pdf?la=en

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« 2018-Dec-14, 05:16 PM Reply #2 »
https://cdn.racing.com/-/media/rv/2018-rv/rad-board/findings-and-appeals-documents/december/2018-12-11-rad-board-hearing-result---s-bottomley.pdf?la=en

Shane Bottomley cut up a dead horse to establish what caused its death....without the consent of the owner 3 months suspension.

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« 2019-Feb-14, 05:56 PM Reply #3 »
Belinda Dunn guilty of administration
Racing Article Racing.com Staff@Racing   4:33pm
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Tatura trainer Belinda Dunn will reappear before the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board after being found guilty of administering, or causing to administer, excessive levels of cobalt to a horse on Thursday.

A post-race urine sample of the Dunn-trained Margot's Boy revealed the horse to have the prohibited substance at a concentration in excess of 200 micrograms per litre, after winning a Benchmark 58 race over 1980 metres at Tatura on September 23, 2017.

The current cobalt threshold limit stands at 100 micrograms.

The RAD Board, led by Judge John Bowman, lamented Dunn's stable practices, drawing comparisons with the cobalt case involving champion trainer Peter Moody in 2016.

"Your record-keeping as to administration of substances is not particularly good and somewhat confusing," the RAD Board's said in a statement outlining the decision and reasons behind their verdict.

"Of course, we take into account that unfortunately you suffer from dyslexia. However, the fact remains that there has been some confusion as to what medications were administered to Margot's Boy leading into the race on September 23, 2017 and as to stable practices.

"In some ways this is a case similar to that of Peter Moody. Your method of running your stables has been found wanting and there is no suggestion of outside interference. No plausible explanation as to how such a reading occurred has been advanced.

"We are satisfied that you administered or caused to be administered cobalt to Margot's Boy, even if this resulted from negligence and a lack of care, particularly in relation to medications and the like."

The RAD Board will hear penalty submissions from the parties on a date to be determined.

https://cdn.racing.com/-/media/rv/2019-rv/integrity/rad/february/2019-02-13---rad-board-decision--rvl-stewards-v-belinda-dunn.pdf?la=en

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« 2019-Mar-13, 07:25 PM Reply #4 »
Caserta suspended for betting
Carl Di Iorio@CDi_Iorio   11:40am

Lapses in judgement which led to Chris Caserta placing six bets, totaling $49, resulted in the apprentice jockey receiving a four-week suspension on Wednesday.

Caserta pleaded guilty to placing the bets through his TAB account on four separate days between March 11 and December 9 last year.

The jockey did not participate in any of the races on which he placed wagers, with the races held in Australia (Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia) and Hong Kong.

Two of the six bets were $1 each while another was a $2 wager. The greatest amount outlaid on a single bet was $30.

Caserta told Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board Chairman Judge John Bowman that he was 'disappointed and embarrassed' by his actions.

Judge John Bowman determined that a four-week suspension, identical in length to the penalty imposed on apprentice Liam Riordan in 2016 for his first breach of betting rules, was a suitable penalty.

Caserta will start his four-week suspension immediately and will be free to ride on Thursday, April 11.

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