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NHA: Steph Miller Stable In News Again

Has the right of appeal against penalty

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that at an Inquiry held at its offices in Turffontein on 7 August 2019, Trainer Mrs S Miller was charged with a contravention of Rule 73.2.7.

National Horseracing AuthorityThe particulars of the charge being that an Out of Competition plasma specimen which was taken from the horse CAPE REBEL at her Flamingo Park Stables in Kimberley on 6 May 2019 disclosed upon analysis the presence of Flunixin, a prohibited substance in terms of the Rules of the NHA, and the administration of which was not accurately recorded in her Veterinary Treatment Register.

Mrs Miller pleaded guilty to the charge.

The Inquiry Board found Mrs Miller guilty of the charge and imposed a penalty of a fine of R18 000.

Mrs Miller has the right of appeal against the penalty imposed.

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3 comments on “NHA: Steph Miller Stable In News Again

  1. Jim. says:

    Steroids drugs prodders. Can’t get any worse. What does one have to do to be warned off these days. Seriously seems anything goes

  2. Steve Reid says:

    So to put this into perspective – You get less of a fine for doping than Joey Ramsden did for throwing pieces of paper around.

    Sounds about right. I have been banging on for years about the the inefficiencies at Racing Control, and in particular Arnold Hyde. How are we ever going to sort out the mess when the clowns are in charge of the party?

  3. Paul says:

    Quite correct. Although the penalty for JR was wholly suspended, the quantum was greater than that of SM – and the suspending ought not to affect the quantum, as it is effectively a penalty in waitibg.

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