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SBD Global/May 6, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Racing NSW CEO Peter V'landy's Tells Individuals To Attend Waterhouse Case Inquiry
Published May 6, 2013
GOING FORWARD: In Melbourne, Adam Shand reported the inquiry "will go ahead despite the likely absence of ex-jockey Allan Robinson, rugby league great Andrew Johns and mega punter Eddie Hayson." Robinson confirmed that "he would not be attending the inquiry" while Johns and Hayson said that "they will be no-shows." Lawyer Chris Murphy said that "Racing NSW was not able to compel the attendance of non-licensed people at inquiries and could face its own legal action if it tried to punish the trio" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 5/6). Also in Melbourne, Brendan Cormick wrote Racing Victoria's Integrity Services Department "has commenced a robust investigation into peptides being obtained by a licensed thoroughbred trainer." Integrity Services Exec GM Dayle Brown "was limited in what he could disclose, but did confirm RV was given information that sparked a current investigation." Brown said, "We have acted upon intelligence received, but I cannot say where that came from at this time" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 5/6).