fraudulent practice

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KIRSTY Milczarek is set to return to action next week after winning her appeal against a two-year ban for passing information for reward and for committing a corrupt or fraudulent practice.
Milczarek had originally been found in breach of the old Rule 201 (v), which concerned anyone who is "Guilty of or conspires with any other person for the commission of, or connives at any other person being guilty of, any corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to racing in this or any other country".
The panel found Mitchell guilty under Rule 201(v) in that he had committed a fraudulent practice, and he was made a disqualified person from February 19 to May 19.
At the same inquiry he was also found guilty of committing a corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to the laying of four other he rode between September 2010 and February 2011, in that he passed information for reward.
Cooper, who became Britain's youngest trainer when taking a licence in 2009, was found in breach of the old Rule 243 - communicating inside information for reward - and old Rule 220(i) - aiding and abetting the commission of a corrupt and fraudulent practice.
The trainer-jockey combination had been found guilty of breaching rule 201 (v) in that they conspired with other persons to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice by passing on "inside information".
Blockley was banned for twoand a half years and McKeown for four under rule 201 (v) in that they conspired with other persons to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice.
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Ahern, who faces the prospect of a lengthy ban, was charged with conspiring to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to the laying of five beaten horses he rode between September 2010 and February 2011.
Quinn and Milczarek were found in breach of the old Rule 201 (v) 'Guilty of or conspires with any other person for the commission of, or connives at any other person being guilty of, any corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to racing in this or any other country'.
Churchill committed a corrupt or fraudulent practice, received information that was not in the public domain and misled an official and hindered an investigation, as well as causing jockeys to breach the rules.
He faces the prospect of being warned off if found guilty of providing information for reward, and aiding and abetting the commission of a corrupt or fraudulent practice.