Main jockey Jamie Kah has been discovered in charge of deceptive Racing Victoria (RV) stewards about closing month’s much-publicised COVID-19 lockdown breach.
- Kah had already been banned for 3 months following a COVID-19 protocol breach
- Racing Victoria has instructed she be suspended for an extra two months
- 3 different jockeys had been banned for the breach closing month
Kah was once one in every of 4 jockeys suspended from racing for 3 months — a ban that comes with the Spring Racing Carnival — after attending a meeting at a apartment assets in Mornington closing month.
She pleaded now not in charge to fees of mendacity to stewards about who attended the collection, which had breached Victoria’s coronavirus protocols and Melbourne’s night-time curfew.
RV discovered the 25-year-old “wilfully” unnoticed information about the visitor record.
Kah’s punishment can be passed down on Friday morning.
RV has instructed she obtain a two-month ban on best of her current sanction.
Authorized jockeys Ben Melham and Ethan Brown, and apprentice jockey Celine Gaudray, had been suspended along Kah closing month.
The 3-month bans will expire on November 25.
Previous this week, Kah was the primary feminine jockey to win Victorian racing’s maximum prestigious particular person prize, the Scobie Breasley Medal.
Kah additionally claimed the Victorian Jockeys Affiliation’s Maximum Precious Jockey Award.
She clinched closing season’s Victorian Metropolitan Jockey’s Premiership with a document 105 wins.
Kah additionally completed 3rd within the Melbourne Cup on Prince of Arran.