Horse racing in Turmoil
By rick
The Jockey Club has had a major investigation on its hands following the allegation that trainer Alan Berry and rider Paul Bradley ran a horse that they knew was lame so that they could collect on a bet that they had placed on Betfair, the internet betting exchange. Berry, Bradley and two associates could, if the charges are proved, be banned from racing for life.

The Jockey Club announced that, 'O 'Sullivan, Berry, Bradley and Jewett are facing charges that they are guilty of, or conspired with each other for the commission of, a corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to racing, namely ensuring that Hillside Girl, a filly which was known or suspected of being lame and therefore had little chance of winning or of being placed, should run at Carlisle on 15th June 2003 in the interests of bets laid on the betting exchange markets '.

 
 
 
 
 
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