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Nikolic lodges appeal for two year ban

Nikolic lodges appeal for two year ban

5 Oct, 2012

Banned jockey Danny Nikolic continues to fight for his career and has lodged an appeal against a two year disqualification handed down by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board earlier this week.

Nikolic was also hoping for a stay of proceedings to allow him to continue riding until his appeal is heard by the Victorian …

Craig Williams out of the Melbourne Cup

Craig Williams out of the Melbourne Cup

31 Oct, 2011

Star  jockey Craig Williams will not ride French stayer Dunaden in tomorrow’s Melbourne Cup.

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal this afternoon did not grant Williams a stay of proceedings pending an appeal against a 10-meeting suspension incurred at last Wednesday’s Bendigo Cup meetings.

It robs the 34-year-old the chance to become the first jockey …

Craig Williams and Nash Rawiller to appeal again

Craig Williams and Nash Rawiller to appeal again

28 Oct, 2011

Craig Williams, along with Nash Rawillier, will appeal again against their riding suspensions

The 2011 Melbourne Cup dreams of both Nash Rawiller and Craig Williamsare alive.

Both hoops have lodged appeals to Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal hoping to obtain a stay of proceedings in order to ride in Tuesday’s $6m Cup.

The appeals will …

Rawiller loses appeal – VCAT last chance

Rawiller loses appeal – VCAT last chance

28 Oct, 2011

Jockey Nash Rawiller has lost his appeal against an eight meeting suspension ruling him out of riding in Tuesday’s $6m Melbourne Cup (3200m).

Rawiller was suspended for careless riding at Bendigo on Wednesday aboard Star Bender in a maiden.

He fronted the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board without success.

Rawiller was due to ride Unusual …

Craig Williams outed but still a fighting chance for Cup

Craig Williams outed but still a fighting chance for Cup

28 Oct, 2011

Craig Williams is seeking lawyer's advice in an effort to ride in the Melbourne Cup

Craig Williams is seeking lawyer’s advice in an effort to ride in Tuesday’s $6m Melbourne Cup (3200m) after losing his appeal against a 10 meeting careless riding suspensiontoday.

Williams, who was in line of becoming the first jockey to win …