Australian instructor Darren Weir, banned for 4 years after electrical surprise gadgets (“jiggers”) have been present in his strong, has now come below investigation for his wagering actions. In line with the Bring in Solar, Victoria police and racing government discovered that accounts held via Weir or his buddies wagered up to A$9,000 ($US6,137) on some races.
In numerous instances, Weir allegedly positioned wagers on longer-priced runners over a popular runner from his personal strong, together with within the 2018 Australian Guineas. Weir skilled $4.20 favourite The Cliff’s Edge, who completed 7th, however an account allegedly held via considered one of his shut buddies wagered $A9,200 at the runner up Non violent State at $8.50.
Whilst now not unlawful for Australian running shoes to guess, wagers on greater than 80 races are below scrutiny as a result of investigators consider they may well be associated with Weir’s use of electrical surprise gadgets. The Victoria Police allege that Weir’s wagers have been better when horses have been dressed in blinkers, which they believe is “immediately connected to the usage of jiggers on horses dressed in the headgear whilst exercising on treadmills.”
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