Coast Trainer Loses Appeal Against $25,000 Fine: Sunshine Coast Daily 3/24/17

By: Alex Nolan Trainer: David Vandyke    Photo credit: Tracey Nearmy   RACING: Sunshine Coast trainer David Vandyke has lost an appeal against the severity of his $25,000 fine imposed by Racing New South Wales stewards, after stable star Yankee Rose tested positive to a banned substance at Randwick last year. Vandyke pleaded

Murray Disqualified by Racing NSW: Racing.Com 3/8/17

By: Andrew Eddy Kembla Grange trainer Paul Murray was on Wednesday notified that he has been disqualified from training horses for three-and-a-half years after Racing NSW stewards brought an end to his long-running cobalt case. Murray, the son of former top trainer Bede, had been found guilty of five cobalt-related charges following a positive swab

Stewards Seize Substances at Racing Stable: Nine.Com 9/18/16

By: AAP Racing NSW stewards have confiscated several substances from trainer Con Karakatsanis' stable after scratching Howmuchdoyouloveme from a Group Two race at Randwick amid concerns he had received a raceday treatment. Howmuchdoyouloveme was withdrawn from The Shorts at Randwick after the horse was found to have a lump on his neck when he arrived

Embattled vet stands down from vets association as…: The Sydney Morning Herald 7/2/15

Embattled vet stands down from vets association as Racing NSW issue more cobalt charges By Adam Pengilly Besieged veterinarian Tom Brennan has voluntarily stood down from a special focus group designed to represent thoroughbred racing practitioners as Racing NSW stewards joined their Victorian counterparts in issuing charges against the Flemington Equine Clinic partner. Brennan was

Peter Moody fined $12,000: 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