Cobalt inquiry to get underway in Sydney

August 2, 2015 Comments Off


Trainer Sam Kavanagh will answer charges relating to cobalt and other substances given to his horses at an inquiry in Sydney.

Kavanagh was stood down in May amid the ongoing investigation prompted by Midsummer Sun’s positive test to cobalt and caffeine after he won the Gosford Cup in January.

The trainer has told Racing NSW stewards he paid Flemington Equine Clinic vet Dr Tom Brennan for bottles labelled Vitamin Complex which were later found to contain large amounts of cobalt.

Brennan and four other people have been charged in Sam Kavanagh’s case with the inquiry to begin on Monday and expected to last Read full article


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