The ATC's meeting at Warwick Farm on Wednesday resulted in long suspensions for Glen Boss and Tommy Berry and a fine and two suspensions for Nash Rawiller.
Rawiller received a carelss riding on Marnix in the Inglis Millennium from February 24 to March 1st on top of a $4,000 fine for whip use on Rari in the Inglis Sprint and a whip use suspension for the ride from February 16th through to 25th.
This means that Rawiller will miss the Silver Slipper and Chipping Norton racedays before being able to re-commence again for the Randwick Guineas week leading into that meeting on March 7th.
Glen Boss, on Larmier Street in the Millennium, was suspended for careless riding from February 16th to 23rd and he will miss the Silver Slipper meeting at Rosehill on the 22nd.
Tommy Berry, on Kentucky Wildcat, was suspended for failing to ride out his mount with the suspension from February 17th through to March 3rd. Berry will also miss the Silver Slipper and Chipping Norton meetings.
Nash Rawiller, picture Sportpix.com.au