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Newsflash: SA Jockeys Appeal Upheld

Mauritius Boat Bookie Saga - some light!

The Mauritius Turf Club reported today that the Board Of Appeal has delivered its verdict in the case involving Brandon Lerena and Raymond Danielson, who were suspended for 3 months after being found guilty of falling foul of Directive K of their expatriate jockey’s licence, which states ”No jockey is permitted to contact, deal or otherwise associate or be in any way connected with any bookmaker, bookmaker’s clerk, betting agent or anyone connected thereto…”

Their appeals have been upheld.

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10 comments on “Newsflash: SA Jockeys Appeal Upheld

  1. Preston says:

    What does this means? Upheld ???

  2. Nikita says:

    Well Done. JUSTICE surfaced at the end of the day. At no stage, did i ever have one ounce of doubt in my body. Now, get the hell outta there, we need your talent here in SA.

  3. Brian says:

    Sorry Nikita & Preston, they’re still in the proverbial

  4. Brian says:

    Ed, i’m really confused. SP reports appeal upheld, but the Natal Mercury reports otherwise

    1. Editor says:

      Our report was direct from MTC, Brian

  5. Brian says:

    OK I’ve got it. I’m awake now, just had a coffee from Highlands Coffee in Clarens. Jockey’s appealed, their appeal was upheld. GREAT!!! Still think Jockey’s should boycott Mauritius

  6. Carl says:

    Why boycott Mauritius. They are guilty as charged. They broke the rules. Why must Mauritius racing suffer because they broke the rules??

  7. gavin says:

    well said carl

  8. Brian says:

    Thing is turns out they didn’t

  9. master says:

    We don’t know how they got out. Probably some technicality. I find it very hard to believe that they didn’t know that the guy they were on the catamaran with, was a bookmaker, as they have been riding in Mauritius for a very long time now and Mauritius is such a small island.

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