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O.P. « 2018-Jul-20, 08:05 PM »
Shea Eden hit with six charges by stewards
Posted by: AAP+ at 5:56pm on 20/7/2018
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Shea Eden has been hit with six charges by Racing Victoria stewards including one for stomach tubing
Trainer Shea Eden has been hit with six charges by Racing Victoria stewards including one for stomach tubing a horse on the day it was due to race.
The compliance assurance team inspected facilities where the Eden-trained horses were housed for the Swan Hill three-day carnival in June and on Friday stewards issued the charges against the trainer and one against stable employee Jamie Dentith.
Eden and Dentith have both been charged with stomach tubing, and/or being a party to stomach tubing, Considering on June 9, the day the four-year-old mare was scheduled to race at Swan Hill.
Stewards scratched Considering from the 1300m-benchmark 64 race.
Eden also faces three charges of administering an alkalinising agent to horses within one clear day of racing.
Stewards allege Eden administered sodium bicarbonate to the evening feed of Considering, Rosti and Bright Eyes on June 8.
Rosti won a1200m 0-58 handicap at Swan Hill on June 9 while Bright Eyes was fourth in a maiden for two-year-olds on the same day.
Stewards also charged Eden with deliberately attempting to dispose or destroy evidence when he knew, or ought to have known, the stewards were investigating a possible treatment in breach of the rules.
The sixth charge is for failing to maintain treatment records.
A date for a hearing into the charges in front of the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has yet to be set.

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« 2018-Jul-20, 08:32 PM Reply #1 »

.... the pressure on the Smerdon appeal is building............. trainers must be able to present horses ready to win with no risk of triggering a positive swab.

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« 2018-Jul-20, 08:49 PM Reply #2 »
Positive results are not triggered if you dont cheat you nuff nufty.
Stop defending cheats, peter

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« 2018-Jul-20, 09:50 PM Reply #3 »



..........there has been no mention of a positive swab before or after the race

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« 2018-Jul-22, 11:14 AM Reply #4 »
Grahame Begg's wife Sue absolutely launched into Shea Eden on Racing.com's facebook page on the news of this.

While her comments weren't abusive they certainly didn't miss the mark.

You could feel the frustration of what honest people have to deal with, in her delivery.

It was later taken down.
« Last Edit: 2018-Jul-22, 12:00 PM by nemisis »

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« 2020-Feb-08, 06:17 AM Reply #5 »

Relieved Eden's ban overturned by VCAT
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Ryan Reynolds@Reynolds_R

4:59pm


A relived Shea Eden says he will pour more time into those that mean most to him after having a 15-month ban from training overturned by VCAT on Friday.

The Cranbourne trainer was banned by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in March last year for allegedly stomach-tubing his mare Considering at Swan Hill in June 2018.

However, Eden, who has always professed his innocence, appealed the suspension and had been training under a stay of proceedings since.

His appeal was heard on January 30, but a decision was held over until Friday.

Eden had pleaded guilty to four charges during his RAD Board hearing in November 2018 but contested a charge under AR 64 G that he stomach-tubed Considering on the day of its race and also a charge under AR 175 (q) which deals with misconduct.

Speaking after hearing the news on Friday, Eden said the 20-month process had taken a huge toll.

"It's a massive relief. It's been a long 20 months," Eden said.

"To go through those 20 months which we have, it sort of made me look at life in general. I am really going to focus on my family.

"My staff have been absolutely tremendous through this and I can't forget them.

"This hasn't just affected me, it's affected a lot of people. My staff are in this as well, my family and my friends and my owners as well.

"My focus is going to be around them and we are giving them as much support as I can."

Eden, who was pushing to move into the state's top 20 trainers at the time of the ban, said he was still yet to decide which direction his stable would head in the future.

"We invested a lot of money and time (into training), as you do as a trainer that is trying to climb into a top 20 spot," he said.

"We really wanted to invest heavily in young stock, which we did. We wanted to push to get that top 20.

"Getting the green light is massive for us and what we've been through.

"Whether or not we keep pushing towards growing our business or take a bit of a backwards step now and form a boutique set up (I'm not sure).

"I've got to be honest, I've lost a lot of business, a lot of horses and owners have left the stable because of it.

"I can't be too upset or critical of those people. It's not something as an owner you want to be facing."

Racing Victoria said in a statement that it would take its time to review the decision. It has 28 days to appeal.

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