SCA lifeline after racehorse trainer ‘unfairly’ barred

  |   Pretorianews

The Equality Court sitting in Durban had earlier dismissed his complaint of unfair discrimination due to a technical point in law.

Anil Maharaj has been fighting for years to be allowed back into racing circles and use the Summerveld racehorse facility in KwaZulu-Natal to stable his horses.

Maharaj's problems started when the National Racing Authority found him guilty in 2001 of two counts of assault.

He had assaulted a jockey and a steward.

The sanction imposed on him was an order suspending his training licence for five years.

Maharaj leased stables from Gold Circle, a racing operator, for several years at the time of his conviction. Following his conviction, Gold Circle ordered Maharaj to remove his horses from the stables leased to him....

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