Moody Defense Questions Testing: Thoroughbred Daily News 12/16/15

Australian trainer Peter Moody’s hearing for three charges related to cobalt positives faces delays into Christmas and possibly the New Year after the champion conditioner’s defense accused Racing Victoria of breach of procedure Wednesday, according to Racing.com. That site reported that Moody’s defense argued the case was prejudiced because the B urine sample of Lidari

Peter Moody avoids race-day treatment charge from Racing Victoria…: ABC News 9/18/15

Peter Moody avoids race-day treatment charge from Racing Victoria stewards for June incident Embattled trainer Peter Moody has had some good news, with Racing Victoria stewards deciding not to charge him with a race-day treatment offence after scratching one of his horses in June. Noela's Choice was withdrawn from a race at Moonee Valley on

‘Spy’ in Moody stable was option, says steward: Racing Post 9/16/15

By Peter Scargill Australia: The use of a 'spy' in the Peter Moody stable to pass on information about the trainer was considered Racing Victoria's chief steward Terry Bailey revealed on Wednesday. Leading trainer Moody has threatened to quit racing saying he feels victimised and is fed up with some of the rules and rulemakers

Group 1-winning trainers Danny O’Brien, Mark Kavanagh among those…: Herald Sun 6/11/15

Group 1-winning trainers Danny O’Brien, Mark Kavanagh among those charged by Racing Victoria for cobalt breach By: Rod Nicholson and Michael Manley GROUP 1-winning trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh face lengthy bans after they were charged on Wednesday with the administration of cobalt to five of their horses. After an investigation spanning more than

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

Emirates Racing Authority quick to see red over cobalt: TheNational 1/22/15

By: Geoffrey Riddle The Emirates Racing Authority (ERA) remains vigilant to the threat of the use of cobalt after five horses from three high-profile trainers in Australia were found to have prohibited levels of the performance-enhancing drug in their systems. It was revealed last week that Lidari, trained by Black Caviar’s handler Peter Moody, tested