Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal

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Stewards Appeal Currie Penalty Findings

Queensland stewards have appealed decisions which reduced the sentences for two offences committed by disqualified Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie. In a media release on Thursday, the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission outlined it had appealed the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal decisions that reduced penalty on convictions for Currie QCAT delivered its penalty judgements on July[...]
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Tarrant Gets A Stay On Disqualification

Queensland jockey Luke Tarrant has been granted a stay on his six-month disqualification for allegedly assaulting another rider in the weigh-in area at Doomben. Tarrant has missed riding in the winter carnival after being disqualified on April 22. An internal review confirmed the stewards decision last month but Tarrant lodged an appeal with the Queensland[...]
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Nothdurft To Continue Fight Against Ban

Queensland’s premiership-leading jockey Baylee Nothdurft will take his appeal against a three-month ban to the next level after failing in an internal review. Nothdurft rode Vega One when the gelding finished fourth in an Open Handicap (1000m) after coming from last on the home turn at the Sunshine Coast on April 25. Stewards gathered evidence[...]
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Danny Nikolic’s Internal Review Refused

Controversial former jockey Danny Nikolic has lost his latest bid for a riding licence in Queensland. Nikolic sought an internal review of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission refusal of his application for a licence to ride at provincial meetings. The internal reviewer refused the application this week and Nikolic is now expected to lodge a[...]
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Practical Demonstration For Appo Appeal

Jockey Beau Appo’s appeal against a four-week suspension for weighing in light will feature a first with a practical demonstration of saddling a horse. Appo’s lawyers have arranged for a demonstration of the jockey’s role and how a horse is saddled for the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal appeal on Monday. His barrister, Jim Murdoch[...]
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