Stewards have appealed against two Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal decisions to reduce penalties on disqualified trained Ben Currie
Disqualified trainer Ben Currie has had some penalties reduced on appeal but remains sidelined until other matters are resolved.
Owner Brian Burke's study of bloodlines has reaped big benefits with his gelding Soxagon ready to tackle stakes company at Eagle Farm.
Queensland trainer Ben Currie has been committed to stand trial on fraud allegations in the Toowoomba District Court.
A decision has been reserved in trainer Ben Currie's appeal of his convictions of bringing racing into disrepute.
Disqualified Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie will appeal his conviction and sentence on two charges of bringing racing into disrepute when he fronts QCAT.
Queensland trainer Ben Currie's court case involving alleged aggravated fraud has been adjourned until next month for a committal mention.
Trainer Ben Currie has had his sentence reduced on various racing charges but will be back in court on a criminal charge.
Trainer Ben Currie's fraud case has been adjourned to allow his lawyers full access to the police brief of evidence.
Stewards have agreed to adjourn some of the remaining charges against trainer Ben Currie until after criminal matters against him are resolved.
Toowoomba Turf Club committeeman Bob Frappell has resigned after members voted to allow Mark Currie to continue to train at the track.
Police have charged two non-racing men with fraud in connection to allegations against trainer Ben Currie who has also been charged with fraud.
Queensland police have charged trainer Ben Currie with fraud, alleging he used performance enhancing drugs to improve his horses' chances to gain prize money.
Stewards hope to hear all the remaining charges against disqualified trainer Ben Currie within a month.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie is facing 7-1/2 years on the sidelines with a further three years added to his sentences.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie intends to fight his convictions and charges using the full legal process, his lawyers say.
Trainer Ben Currie faces four-and-a-half years on the sidelines after having one sentence reduced to 30 months but getting a further two year disqualification.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of five charges of bringing horses to race with a prohibited substance in their systems.
Lawyers for Queensland trainer Ben Currie are likely to argue precedent sentences for charges he faces include fines.
Trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of 12 charges of race day administration and has been asked to make submissions on sentence.
Queensland stewards hope to expedite outstanding hearings into charges against Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie following a Supreme Court ruling.
Toowoomba trainer Mark Currie has been fined $7500 and given a wholly suspended 12 month-sentence on race day treatment charges.
A Supreme Court judge has refused an application to temporarily halt Racing Queensland's decision to refuse Ben Currie's nominations.
Trainer Ben Currie has lodged an application for an internal review of the decision to disqualify him for four years.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie faces a long legal battle after being disqualified for four years with more charges to be heard.