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Queensland horse trainer faces more breaches, including jigger allegations

Queensland horse trainer faces more breaches, including jigger allegations

The breaches of Mr Currie allegedly using a jigger and unauthorised shockwave treatments will be added onto at least 20 allegations he was already facing.

  • by Jocelyn Garcia

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Trainer says mental health issues played key role in positive swabs

Trainer says mental health issues played key role in positive swabs

Newcastle trainer Ben Smith was feeling the pressure of success when his stable was shut down after positive tests to cobalt from his horses.

  • by Chris Roots
Craig Newitt to be interviewed in betting probe

Craig Newitt to be interviewed in betting probe

A joint investigation of betting activity involving Racing Victoria and the Tasmanian Office of Racing Integrity has been underway in recent months

  • by Peter Ryan
Racing Victoria to consider whether Weir eligible to win trainers' premiership
Darren Weir

Racing Victoria to consider whether Weir eligible to win trainers' premiership

Weir had trained 93 winners since the start of the racing season in August and was heading for his sixth consecutive premiership in 2019 before his stables were raided last month.

  • by Peter Ryan
Racing's duty to rein in wrongdoers
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Racing's duty to rein in wrongdoers

It has never been more important for racing to decide what kind of future it wants, and what it is prepared to do to get there.

Tony McEvoy felt 'sick in the guts' when he heard about Weir raid

Tony McEvoy felt 'sick in the guts' when he heard about Weir raid

Group one winning trainer Tony McEvoy has no sympathy for trainers who break the rules and says he's pleased with the action authorities took against Darren Weir

  • by Peter Ryan
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It's all jiggery pokery

It's all jiggery pokery

The Darren Weir story starts as a pain in the neck and finishes with a sting in the tail.

  • by Greg Baum
Maher and Eustace take over Weir operation, save stable staff jobs
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Maher and Eustace take over Weir operation, save stable staff jobs

Ciaron Maher and David Eustace have taken over the operations of disgraced trainer Darren Weir in Ballarat, and will save the jobs of the stable staff.

  • by Michael Lynch
Weir could receive further penalties: RV
Darren Weir

Weir could receive further penalties: RV

Racing Victoria has not ruled out stripping disgraced but decorated trainer Darren Weir of race wins or awards in the wake of his four-year disqualification from racing.

  • by Michael Lynch
New MP leads field of animal activists calling for Weir life ban
Darren Weir

New MP leads field of animal activists calling for Weir life ban

Animal Justice Party Andy Meddick MP, who took his seat in Victoria's parliament for the first time on Tuesday, says disgraced trainer should be banned for life.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Second Weir hearing set for Wednesday morning
Darren Weir

Second Weir hearing set for Wednesday morning

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will on Wednesday morning hear four of the original six charges against trainer Darren Weir.

  • by Peter Ryan, Ronny Lerner & Paul Sakkal