Inquiry & Suspension: jockey Neisius, Fayd’herbe, Ashby

Inquiry – Jockey Karl Neisius

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that at an Inquiry held in Cape Town on 20 January 2011, Jockey Karl Neisius, the rider of HEMINGWAY (BRZ), was charged with a contravention of Rule 62.2.7, in that he failed to ensure that he did not cause interference to SCULPTOR when he shifted outwards towards the outside running at about the 700m mark in Race 5 at Kenilworth Racecourse on 15 January 2011.

Mr Neisius pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The Inquiry Board found him guilty and suspended him from riding in races for a period of one week.

Mr Neisius has the Right of Appeal against both the finding and penalty imposed.

Jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe Suspended

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that Jockey Bernard Fayd’Herbe was charged with a contravention of Rule 62.2.7, in that as the rider of JOIE’S WINTER, he failed to ensure that he did not cause interference to other runners when he shifted inwards when insufficiently clear at approximately the 1000m mark in Race 3 at the Kenilworth Racecourse on 19 January 2011.

Mr Fayd’Herbe signed an Admission of Guilt and he has been suspended from riding in race meetings for a period of ten days from 23 January to 1 February 2011, both days inclusive, but excluding 29 January 2011 and including 2 February 2011.

Jockey Devin Ashby Suspended

The National Horseracing Authority confirms that Jockey Devin Ashby was charged with a contravention of Rule 62.2.7, in that as the rider of OUTSWINGER, he failed to ensure that he did not cause interference to other runners when he shifted inwards when insufficiently clear at approximately the 1000m mark in Race 8 at the Kenilworth Racecourse on 19 January 2011.

Mr Ashby signed an Admission of Guilt and he has been suspended from riding in race meetings for a period of ten days from 23 January to 1 February 2011, both days inclusive.

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