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RNSW stewards' Up 'N' Rolling Inquiry resumes next week
16 May 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk 
The Racing NSW Stewards inquiry in respect of jockey Glyn Scofield’s riding of the Chris Waller trained Up 'N' Rolling in the Ranvet Bm 70 Handicap (1900m) at Canterbury on Monday, April 17th is scheduled to resume on, Thursday, May 25th, at Racing NSW's offices in Sydney.

The Inquiry is in reference to the final 600m of the race. Stewards took evidence from Schofield and stable representative Charlie Duckworth on the day.

The race was won by Kiseki Dane ridden by apprenice Deanne Panya carrying 53.5kg after leading all the way. Up 'n' Rolli,g with 58kg under Schofield and the $2.70 favourite was settled in seventh before coming second with the margin a short neck.

On other news from the stewards on Monday they concluded an inquiry, opened on Friday, 21 April 2017, into the analyst's finding of Cobalt, at a concentration above the level excepted by AR178C(1)(l), in a urine sample collected from the racehorse I Too Can Dance after it won Race 3, Maiden Plate 1700m at Grafton Racecourse on Monday, 13 February 2017.

Evidence was taken from licensed trainer Mr Daniel Want, who also represented the interests of the owners of I Too Can Dance, Racing NSW official veterinarian Dr Craig Suann, veterinarian Dr Derek Major and ARFL science manager Dr Adam Cawley.

Solicitor Mr Matthew Tutt made submissions on behalf of Mr Want.

Mr Want, who reserved his plea, was found guilty of a charge under AR178 in that he did bring I Too Can Dance to Grafton Racecourse on Monday, 13 February 2017 for the purpose of engaging in Race 3, Maiden Plate 1700m and the prohibited substance Cobalt, at a concentration above the threshold excepted by AR178C(1)(l), was detected in a urine sample collected from the gelding after it won the said event.

After taking into account a number of aggravating and mitigating factors Mr Want’s licence to train was disqualified for a period of 15 months, to expire on 15 August 2018. Under the powers of AR196(6)(a) the commencement of the penalty was deferred for seven days, however, Mr Want may not start a horse in any race in that period.

Acting under the provisions of AR177, I Too Can Dance was disqualified from its first placing in Race 3, the Maiden Plate 1700m at Grafton Racecourse on 13 February 2017 and the placings amended as follows:

1st Wraith of Odin
2nd Blatant Warrior
3rd Mystic Skies
4th Tempa Mental

Mr Want was advised of his rights of appeal.
 
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