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ORC Rules On Davis, Harris, MacDonalds

Published: December 5, 2011 1:45 pm ET

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On Monday, December 5, the Ontario Racing Commission released its rulings on appeals by drivers Billy Davis, Jr., Bradley Harris, Anthony MacDonald, James MacDonald and Mark MacDonald.

In regard to Billy Davis, Jr., Anthony MacDonald and James MacDonald, the trio had combined to appeal fines for 'failing to drive when programmed' at Georgian Downs on October 7, 2011. Davis had been fined $150, while Anthony and James were fined $200 and $50, respectively.

The ORC panel hearing the driving trio's case denied the appeal, but it did rule that 'there will be a policy drawn up and they (the three drivers) will be working with the race offices to ensure that there is a more co-ordinated effort for driver changes.'

To view an official copy of the ORC ruling on the appeal of the driving trio, click here.

In regard to the appeal of Bradley Harris, the ORC panel denied his appeal, which was in regard to a three-day driving suspension for causing interference and an ultimate break of another horse during an October 12 contest at Windsor Raceway.

To view an official copy of the ORC ruling on Harris' appeal, click here.

In regard to the appeal of Mark MacDonald, the ORC panel allowed his appeal, which was in regard to a three-day driving suspension and $500 fine for needlessly allowing a horse to pass along the inside and improve its position.

To view an official copy of the ORC ruling on MacDonald's appeal, click here.


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