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Prominent racing duo face BHA inquiry


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  • The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has launched an inquiry into whether former jockey Graham Bradley has been training and running horses under trainer Brendan Powell’s name. Powell faces a 3-month ban or £2,000 fine if found guilty.

    Bradley was warned off in 2004 for five years for passing information for reward. He has since set up a bloodstock agency. He has applied for a training licence but that is yet to be approved, and he has been assisting at Powell’s Lambourn yard.

    It is expected to go to a disciplinary hearing this summer.

    This news-in-brief was first published in Horse & Hound magazine (17 July, 2014)

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