Bradley plans High Court move.
GRAHAM BRADLEY, who is due to
begin a five-year suspension from racing on Wednesday, said yesterday he is likely this week to start High Court proceedings to prevent implementation of the ban, writes Rodney Masters.
Bradley was at Sandown on Saturday and led Seebald into the winner's enclosure in the absence of the gelding's owners, Robbie Flower and Steve McManaman, the footballers for whom the former jockey acts as bloodstock agent and racing adviser. "It's looking likely that I will appeal to the High Court," said Bradley.
His original sentence of eight years, after he was found guilty of corruption charges, was cut to five this month following an appeal to the Jockey Club
John Maxse, the Jockey Club's director of public affairs, said yesterday that the Jockey Club had not been notified of an appeal to the High Court.
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 28, 2003|
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