Sunday, 27 May 2018 15:13

Ruling H028-2018

Additional Info

  • Ruling #:: H028-2018
  • Ruling Date:: Sunday, 27 May 2018
  • Involving:: Gary Dwight Clark
  • Infraction:: Strike shaft or saddle pad more than 3 times when past 7/8 pole
  • Judgement:: Fined $300
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2018 Harness Tags

administer drug, medication or foreign substance in hour before first race start Allan Roger Goertzen allow another horse pass on inside allow foot to come in contact with horse altercation in barn area Alvin Jens Jensen Blake Francis Piwniuk cause unnecessary scratch change of course or position Christine Marie Cutting Conduct prejudicial to horse racing crowd another horse by putting a wheel under Darryl Paul Cutting David Adam Kelly David Paul Hudon Douglas William Chappell eligible to apply for licensing exaggerated movement of whipping arm failing breathalyzer test fail to bring horse on time for lasix shot fail to have chin strap properly fastened fail to keep both feet in stirrups while racing fail to set or maintain pace of class falsification of documents Garry Leonard Schedlosky Gary Dwight Clark Gerald John Hudon Gregory George Manning Gregory John Martin James Robert Marino Jean Francios Martin Gagne John Brandon Scott Campbell Justin Richard Currie Keith Lorne Clark Kelly Orvin Hoerdt Kevin Garth Sampson late for post parade late to test barn for lasix administration Michael Riley Hennessy Nathan Keith Sobey participation in altercation Paul Brent Davies Preston Douglas Shaw race with no saddle pad number Rene Joseph Goulet request permission to drive in stake race restored to good standing Richard Alain Remillard Richard Donald Lancaster Richard Frederic Schneider Rodney David Hennessy Rodney Ralph Therres Serge Masse strike shaft or saddle pad more than 3 times when past 7/8 pole suspended pending appearance before the board of stewards suspended until licensing requirements met Tyler Ryan Redwood William Breigan Tainsh, Jr William Gerald Collins