Suspend Ohio Trainer 45 Days in Stimulation Case: Board Grounds William Brady; Grant A. Craig Riders License, Daily Racing Form, 1957-05-17


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■ i ] , i j * . j i ! I J j ■ Suspend r Ohio Trainer 45 Days in Stimulation Case Board Grounds William Brady; Grant A. Craig Riders License COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 16. — Trainer William Brady. Lancaster. Ohio, today was suspended for 45 days by the Ohio State Racing Commission. Richelieu, owned by Russell R. Spangler and trained by Brady, was found to have been stimulated with a drug in the nature of caffeine for a win- ning race at Fort Miami. Bradys suspension is retroactive to April 24, the day he was grounded by Fort Miami stewards. The commission absolved owner Spangler of any negligence or wrongdoing in the case. The Fort Miami stewards forfeited the purse won by Richelieu, suspended all of the horses trained by Brady and referred the case to the commission. ■ The stimulant was detected in the horses urine after"he had won the second race at the Maumee course on April 20. In other action, the commission voted to grant a jockey license to Arthur "Buddy" Craig. Louisville, Ky., who rode the famed Whirlaway to a number of victories, and a trainers license to Robert J. j Monk, Cincinnati. Craigs application for a jockey license had been tabled in 1950 and he had not attempted to obtain a license since then until recently. Monk, who was reinstated, had been suspended in 1949 for involvement in a stimulation case at Hamilton. At that time, Monk was licensed as a jockey agent.

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