Philip Fenton will appeal his three-year Turf Club ban. Photograph: Morgan Treacy / Inpho

Trainer guilty on eight charges of possessing banned animal medicines, including anabolic steroids

LJockey Bryan Cooper: has appealed four-day suspension for  improper riding at Navan. Photograph: Inpho

Jockey still available to go for Grade One glory at Fairyhouse for Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown Stud

Bolger’s Trading Leather faces stiff competition from three local favourites

Annie Power ridden by Rugby Walsh comes home to win at Punchestown earlier this year.

A possible switch to fences had been mooted for Annie Power this season

The Turf Club has ‘warned off’ John Hughes for five years and penalised him €4,500.

Brother of trainer Pat Hughes pleaded guilty to five counts of possessing banned animal substances

Philip Fenton has been disqualified from training for three years by the Turf Club’s Referrals Committee for possession of banned animal remedies. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Moves to strengthen measures come on back of trainer Philip Fenton being found guilty

Willie Mullins:  “That looked very good to me. I’d imagine he will improve a good bit.” Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Milsean and Lyrical Theatre complete a bumper weekend haul for top trainer Willie Mullins

Horse trainer Philip Fenton leaving Carrick-on-Suir District Court in Co Tipperary, in October. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Tipperary handler last month found guilty of eight charges of possessing banned animal medicines, including anabolic steroids (...)

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