O’Sullivans disqualified until 2020: Racing.com 11/29/18

By: Brad Bishop Terry and Karina O'Sullivan are set to spend more than 12 months on the sidelines after being disqualified by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Thursday. The Stawell-based father-and-daughter training team were outed until December 31 next year in relation to elevated cobalt readings returned by two of their horses in

Trainer Richard Laming suspended: Wide World of Sports 8/31/18

By: AAP Cranbourne trainer Richard Laming has been suspended by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board over a race day administration charge. Laming was charged by Racing Victoria stewards following a race day stable inspection when the horse Patient, engaged to race, and subsequently scratched, at Sandown on February 7, was administered a medication Accent

Morrish may appeal three-month ban: Racing.com 2/20/18

By: Andrew Eddy Ballarat trainer Simon Morrish is considering appealing a three-month suspension imposed on Tuesday after being found to have transgressed the 'one clear day' rule with his former galloper Show A Star. Morrish fronted the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday to face three charges relating to the July 8 incident last year where stewards

Brian Cox Guilty on Eight Charges: Racing.Com 11/2/16

By: Racing.Com Staff Wodonga trainer Brian Cox has been found guilty on eight charges relating to the administration and possession of Nitrotain, and giving false or misleading evidence to stewards. The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board sat on Wednesday, with Judge John Bowman delivering a short summary of the 41-page document citing the reasons for

Cobalt guilty findings no help for Victorian trainers : Sydney Morning Herald 9/1/15

By Patrick Bartley In an unprecedented move on Monday, Racing NSW Stewards released a 36-page document detailing the reasons behind the guilty findings in the long- running Sam Kavanagh Midsummer Sun cobalt inquiry. In this inquiry Kavanagh and five other individuals faced 54 separate charges and were found guilty on 51 charges. The publication of

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