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Workrider Didn’t Weigh Back In

Waived right of appeal

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that at an inquiry held in the Boardroom at the Vaal Racecourse on 8 March 2018, Workrider C Mabaya was charged with a contravention of Rule 66.5 in that he failed to weigh back in after the running of the 1st Race at the Vaal Racecourse on 19 February 2018.

Chamu Mabaya

Chamu Mabaya

Workrider Mabaya pleaded guilty to the charge and was found guilty of the charge.

The Inquiry Board, after hearing the evidence presented by Mr Mabaya and taking his record into account, imposed a penalty of a suspension from riding in Workriders’ races for a period of 90 days of which 60 days are suspended for a period of twelve months.

Workrider Mabaya waived his Right of Appeal and was granted permission to take his suspension with effect from 9 March to 7 April 2018, both days inclusive.

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3 comments on “Workrider Didn’t Weigh Back In

  1. Ronny Nijimbere says:

    There was no Vaal race meeting on February 19??? The meeting that day was at Flamingo racecourse

    1. Editor says:

      Good point Ronny – we have asked the NHA to clarify

  2. Pops says:

    What was the evidence presented by Workrider Mabaya? Was the crowd angry with him so he decided to pull a Karl?
    The race meeting was actually on the 10th February and not the 19th February

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