- In brief: The Victorian horse racing authority has accused jockey Jamie Kah of breaching the game’s guidelines
- What’s subsequent? The costs are but to be heard by the racing tribunal
High jockey Jamie Kah has been charged by racing stewards after changing into embroiled in an alleged white powder scandal.
Racing Victoria issued one cost every in opposition to Jamie Kah and Ruby McIntyre after a probe into footage of the pair and greyhound coach Jacob Biddell.
The photographs, depicting the trio together with what seems to be white powder, started to flow into on social media final month.
Stewards allege McIntyre recorded Kah utilizing an identification card to rearrange a white powder substance into three strains throughout a gathering at Kah’s residence in June.
Racing Victoria mentioned the notion amongst these commenting on the social media pictures was that the trio had been utilizing a bootleg substance.
“The stewards allege that Ms Kah and Ms McIntyre’s conduct, as outlined within the particulars, was prejudicial to the picture, pursuits, integrity and/or welfare of racing,” it mentioned in an announcement on Friday.
After the photographs had been printed, Kah mentioned she was targeted on her restoration from a fall at Flemington in March.
The autumn left her in an induced coma for a number of days with bleeding to the mind in addition to a damaged wrist and foot.
“I’m working onerous to get again to doing what I really like, and that’s being a passionate and profitable jockey,” the 27-year-old wrote on social media.
“I’ll proceed to concentrate on my bodily and psychological well being and making a full restoration so I can return to racing and be the perfect individual that I can presumably be.
“I will not be making any additional remark.”
The costs will probably be heard earlier than the Victorian Racing Tribunal at a later date.
Kah rode greater than 100 metropolitan winners within the 2020/21 season to turn out to be the primary feminine to assert the Melbourne jockey’s premiership.
She was amongst 5 jockeys suspended for attending a celebration at an Airbnb property in 2021 in breach of Victoria’s COVID-19 restrictions.