Another charge for Ben Currie: 4/5/19

Press Release: Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie will take another prohibited substance charge with him to the races on Saturday after he was advised of a further alleged rule breach on Friday. Currie has 21 runners entered for his hometown Weetwood Handicap meeting on Saturday but he has an even longer list of charges after the

Ben Currie’s horses clear of prohibited substances: Sports News 7/27/18

By: AAP All samples taken from Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie’s stable on Weetwood Handicap day have proved clear of any prohibited substances. However, the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has again emphasised any treatment of horses on race days without stewards’ consent could be found to breach rules of racing. Numerous swabs were taken from Currie’s

Currie stablehand disqualified: Wide World of Sports 5/11/18

By: AAP A stablehand employed by trainer Ben Currie has been disqualified for three months on a race day treatment charge with two other inquiries have been adjourned. Cameron Schwenke, who was banned for three months, Ben Currie's father Mark Currie and stablehand Greg Britnell were to face a resumed inquiry on Friday. The Mark

Racehorse ‘Party Till Dawn’ Fails Drug Test for Methamphetamine: The Washington Post 12/16/16

By: Marissa Payne An Australian racehorse trainer has come under scrutiny after his horse, Party Till Dawn, tested positive for methamphetamine, the Australian Broadcasting Company reports. Trainer Ben Currie hasn’t been accused of intentionally drugging his horse, but the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission will question him next week as to why Party Till Dawn tested positive for methamphetamine

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

Trainer Fined $6000 as Horse Fails Drug Test: Byron News.Com 12/15/16

By: Glen McCullough TOOWOOMBA trainer Ben Currie was fined $6000 after Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards completed an inquiry yesterday into a positive test returned from a stable runner in April. He was found guilty of a charge relating to Tints testing positive to the banned substance boldenone after finishing unplaced at Rockhampton. Currie has