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unable to ride, but able to drive.Surprised

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By:
swiftynifty
When: 08 Oct 21 13:55
Does he get a ban for that?
By:
wroughtironronn
When: 08 Oct 21 13:56
The lad has some big issues which need addressing - too many jocks have had careers curtailed by their demons
By:
A_T
When: 08 Oct 21 13:59
extremely unprofessional
By:
Mick Sturbs
When: 08 Oct 21 13:59
He will be riding again tomorrow
By:
ashleigh
When: 08 Oct 21 14:00
no ban, back tomorrow.
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:00
the sports alcoholic junkie at it again,and this is the best chappers and co can put forward as an ambassador for the sport, probably say the gatemen kissed him on the way in
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 08 Oct 21 14:00
Month ban?
Shocked
By:
ashleigh
When: 08 Oct 21 14:01
no ban wrong, referred to the bha.
By:
brendrew
When: 08 Oct 21 14:01
what  a rick-he  needs to get sorted out.
By:
swiftynifty
When: 08 Oct 21 14:02
So if he was riding work this morning at 6am, would you really want him on your £million investment?
By:
Whippin Piccadilly
When: 08 Oct 21 14:03
Been a long season, probably had a 4 pack of bud last night. Very harsh on the lad
By:
MJK
When: 08 Oct 21 14:03
Not his fault or he's 'only' slightly over will be the qnama of the game for him. Totally overrated,  nowhere neR strong enough in a finish for the amount of rides he gets, and most of his front running rides look as though they're running away on him. His agent deserves the trophy not him.
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:03
instant dismisal in most workplaces,no,different to getting in  car over the limit, whether he passed limit for drink driving dosent matter he failed the test that meant by riding he,d put his fellow workmates in danger
By:
shady69
When: 08 Oct 21 14:04
Every time I see and hear Oisin Murphy, he reminds me of a young Alex Higgins. Let's hope he's not turning into him ...
By:
sofiakenny
When: 08 Oct 21 14:04
2nd time innit?..and the coke ban as well..guy is a car crash.
By:
barstool
When: 08 Oct 21 14:05
He needs to measure what he has going for him against the price of a pint.

He might just  see some sense. Too good a talent to waste.
By:
MJK
When: 08 Oct 21 14:06
Should change that ad and have him looking on a pub window instead of a cake shop. HARD.
By:
Whippin Piccadilly
When: 08 Oct 21 14:06
Jeez!
By:
jamesdean
When: 08 Oct 21 14:06
Seemingly he just got a kiss on the lips off a drunken woman outside the weighing room
By:
The Leopard
When: 08 Oct 21 14:06
Buick bought him a coffee this morning ?
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:07
sorry folks i cant fly this plane to malaga today had a few to many last night
youve had a skinfull to fail a breath test at lunchtime next day and must have stunk of it if riding out at 5 this morning,unless he had a few whiskey,s for breakfast
By:
mrcombustible
When: 08 Oct 21 14:07
By Graham Dench
5:10PM, JUN 17 2019
 
Oisin Murphy's failed breath test is understood to have fallen well within the BHA's 'lower level' for the offence, in which case the matter is likely to be fast-tracked for resolution without a disciplinary hearing and without further penalty.

The level is not put into the public domain until the hearing or the conclusion of proceedings, and Murphy declined to comment directly, but the Racing Post understands that the reading was "well under the drink driving limit" (35 micrograms per 100 millilitres), in which case it will be comfortably within the BHA's lower threshold of between 20 and 38 micrograms.

Murphy's failed alcohol test came at Salisbury on Sunday, just hours after he had appeared on Racing TV's Luck On Sunday programme and given a lucid and eloquent appraisal of how well his season had gone so far and how much he was looking forward to Royal Ascot.

Murphy, whose six rides on day one of the royal meeting include the fancied Guildsman for his boss Sheikh Fahad's Qatar Racing in the Coventry Stakes, was stood down for the day and a report has been forwarded by the stewards to the BHA's disciplinary team at High Holborn, who will compile the relevant evidence around the case.

If Murphy's failed breath test does fall in the lower limit, the entry point is a caution, with the rider stood down for the day – which has already happened – and the damage is likely to be only reputational, as it was for Charles Bishop when he failed a test at Royal Ascot a year ago at the end of a week in which he gained his first Group 1 success on Accidental Agent in the Queen Anne Stakes.
By:
brassneck
When: 08 Oct 21 14:08
Alcohol disease is the only disease that tells you  that you have not got the disease.Confused
By:
Mat22
When: 08 Oct 21 14:09
What load of W@nkers on ere. Give the guy a break!
By:
wondersobright
When: 08 Oct 21 14:09
hard
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:10
drugs and alcohol dont come in to the way i lead my life LaughLaughLaughLaugh,must have been kissing the local newmarket skank down an alley before racing, AGAIN
By:
penzance
When: 08 Oct 21 14:14
had a pint last night.
It happens.
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:15
if i was gibbons i,d be starting a crowd funding page for that 9 millionDevil
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:17
chappers/lucky putting bids in for a  shoemark type docu,they love a bad boy in racing
By:
Jumping-cuckoo-monk
When: 08 Oct 21 14:21
Cauthen would've sent the needle off the scale if he'd been tested.
Was still pretty good Cool
By:
ballyregan
When: 08 Oct 21 14:30
he should have said he does not drink and does not no where it come from
By:
ALIEN SEX FIEND
When: 08 Oct 21 14:31

Oct 8, 2021 -- 8:14AM, 1st time poster wrote:


come racingand stande near paddock where a coked up /pished up murphy is trying to control a horse like last weekbring the kids ,racing a laughing stockagain cant survive without coked up /pished

By:
Whippin Piccadilly
When: 08 Oct 21 14:31
Exactly JCM, you can enjoy a few drinks and still be good at your job
By:
MJK
When: 08 Oct 21 14:33

Oct 8, 2021 -- 8:06AM, jamesdean wrote:


Seemingly he just got a kiss on the lips off a drunken woman outside the weighing room


Always thought he swung the other way. His own business of course.

By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:33
whats the usual jock stock answer
you,d have to be an absolute idiot to even think of putting a leg over half a tonne of horse whilst under the influence of drugs /alcohol
By:
ALIEN SEX FIEND
When: 08 Oct 21 14:34
1st time poster, maybe posted once to often, sounds like a lover spurned. In view of the programme last night on ATR , which can be applied to all
walks of life..........very poor comments. Still if it makes you laugh...who am I to judge you.
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:36
well you could say  after last nights show even more reason to throw a foooking idiot like murphy out of the sport
By:
EastLower Gooner
When: 08 Oct 21 14:36
Here we go…round 2 of the Oisin apology interviews that no one asked for…
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Oct 21 14:38
cant put it any simpler that in any other work place that feels the need to bring in mandatory drug/drink testing failing it is instant dismissal
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