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Horse Racing Tips - Shamed Fairley back to winning ways

Almost two years ago this month, Greg Fairley (pictured right) was celebrating his one and only group one win on Mark Johnston's Lady Jane Digby in Germany, a prize worth over £80,000.
However, a recent celebratory 'flying dismount' marked a far humbler prize.

The jockey, who was banned for 12 years by the BHA for not riding mounts on their merits and his involvement with disgraced owners Maurice Sines and James Crickmore, performed the Frankie Dettori-style celebration after riding a double at his local 'Flapping' meeting at Hawick last month.
The BHA ban stops Fairley riding at official race meetings run under rules but he is free to ride on the unlicensed circuit where prizes are a few hundred pounds – something his father Andrew also continues to do.

Fairley, who was sentenced in his absence after failing to answer the BHA charges last year, walked away from a prized job with top trainer Johnston and returned to his native Scotland where he is believed to have been working as a Tree Surgeon.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/racing/article-2169344/Greg-Fairley-winning-ways-flying-dismount.html#ixzz1zw0oTv9z

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Saturday, July 07, 2012

Horse Racing Tips - Shamed Fairley back to winning ways

Almost two years ago this month, Greg Fairley (pictured right) was celebrating his one and only group one win on Mark Johnston's Lady Jane Digby in Germany, a prize worth over £80,000.
However, a recent celebratory 'flying dismount' marked a far humbler prize.

The jockey, who was banned for 12 years by the BHA for not riding mounts on their merits and his involvement with disgraced owners Maurice Sines and James Crickmore, performed the Frankie Dettori-style celebration after riding a double at his local 'Flapping' meeting at Hawick last month.
The BHA ban stops Fairley riding at official race meetings run under rules but he is free to ride on the unlicensed circuit where prizes are a few hundred pounds – something his father Andrew also continues to do.

Fairley, who was sentenced in his absence after failing to answer the BHA charges last year, walked away from a prized job with top trainer Johnston and returned to his native Scotland where he is believed to have been working as a Tree Surgeon.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/racing/article-2169344/Greg-Fairley-winning-ways-flying-dismount.html#ixzz1zw0oTv9z