Waller’s Ice Fine Heavily Reduced: Racing.Com 2/10/17

By: Brent Zerafa Chris Waller's appeal against the $30,000 fine imposed as a result of one his horses testing positive to ice has been reduced to $5000 by the Racing NSW appeal panel. Waller pleaded guilty to a charge of AR178 in December last year after a post-race urine sample taken from Betcha Thinking was

Methamphetamine Found in Racehorse Party Till Dawn: The Guardian. Com 12/15/16

By: Joshua Robertson A racehorse called Party Till Dawn has tested positive to methamphetamine after a race meeting in regional Queensland. The positive sample for the five-year-old mare, returned after it placed second at a race in Toowoomba in June, is the second horse to show traces of the drug in Queensland in just over

Waller Fined $30,000 Following Ice Positive: Racing.Com 12/9/16

By: Racing.Com Staff For the second time in his career, Sydney's leading trainer Chris Waller has been fined $30,000 by Racing NSW stewards after he pleaded guilty to presenting a horse to race with a banned substance in its system. At Friday's conclusion of the methamphetamine case involving Waller's horse Betcha Thinking, the trainer was

O’Brien Admits Withholding Information: Racing.Com 9/28/16

By: Andrew Eddy Trainer Danny O'Brien said he purposefully held back information from Racing Victoria stewards in his cobalt investigation because he feared it would be misused against him. O'Brien was being questioned by RV's legal counsel Jeff Gleeson, SC, as to why he did not initially tell the stewards about a $3000 payment to

Peter Moody fined $12,000: Racing.com 2/2/15

Trainer Peter Moody has been fined $12,000 by Racing New South Wales (RNSW) following an investigation into House Of Hingis testing positive to the banned substance ibuprofen. Moody was found guilty of presenting the three-year-old daughter of Swiss Ace with the substance in her system when she finished fifth at Rosehill on November 15 and

Mark Kavanagh, Danny O’Brien and Peter Moody facing potential bans: Herald Sun 1/14/15

By Carly Crawford, Angus Thompson THE champion racehorses that failed doping tests were almost certainly injected in the neck with a performance-enhancing drug, investigators believe. The shock revelation that has rocked Victorian racing comes as three top trainers now facing bans if the allegations are proved declared their innocence. As Peter Moody, Danny O’Brien and