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Bryony Frost bullying case: BHA shares concerns over Robbie Dunne appeal hearing

The British Horseracing Authority says it has concerns over the handling of Robbie Dunne's appeal against a ban for bullying fellow rider Bryony Frost. It plans to review the structure of the independent appeals board. Dunne's ban was cut on appeal from 18 to 10 months, but there was criticism...
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Robbie Dunne ban for bullying Bryony Frost reduced to 10 months on appeal

Robbie Dunne has had his 18-month suspension for bullying and harassing fellow jockey Bryony Frost reduced to 10 months on appeal. Dunne had initially been found in breach of four charges in racing’s rules which cover conduct prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of the sport, for a series of incidents between 13 February 2020 and 3 September 2020.

Robbie Dunne: Jockey who bullied fellow rider Bryony Frost has suspension reduced on appeal

Robbie Dunne has had his 18-month suspension for bullying and harassing fellow jockey Bryony Frost reduced to 10 months on appeal.Dunne had initially been found in breach of four charges of rule J19 which covers conduct prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of racing, for a series of incidents between 13 February 2020 and 3 September 2020.He was found by the panel to have threatened Frost by promising to “put her through a wing (of a fence)” and he was also accused of using misogynistic language such as “f****** whore”, “f****** slut” and “dangerous c***” towards her.However,...
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Robbie Dunne has suspension reduced to 10 months on appeal

Robbie Dunne has had his 18-month suspension for bullying and harassing fellow jockey Bryony Frost reduced to 10 months on appeal. Dunne had initially been found in breach of four charges of rule J19 which covers conduct prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of racing, for a series of incidents between February 13, 2020 and September 3, 2020.
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Robbie Dunne ban reduced to 10 months after Bryony Frost bullying and harassment appeal hearing

Jockey Robbie Dunne's ban for bullying and harassing Bryony Frost has been reduced from 18 months to 10 months after an appeal hearing in London on Wednesday afternoon. The jockey was found in breach of four counts of engaging in conduct which the BHA considers is prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of horseracing by bullying and harassing Frost over a seven-month period in 2020.
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Robbie Dunne ban: BHA set date to hear jockey's appeal against 18-month suspension for bullying Bryony Frost

Jockey Robbie Dunne will appeal his 18-month ban for bullying and harassing fellow rider Bryony Frost at a British Horseracing Authority (BHA) hearing on March 30. Dunne was found in breach of four counts of engaging in conduct which the BHA considers is prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of horseracing by bullying and harassing Frost over a seven-month period in 2020.
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Robbie Dunne: Jockey appeals against 18-month ban from horse racing

Jockey Robbie Dunne will appeal against his ban from horse racing. In December 2021, Dunne was banned for 18 months, with three months suspended, after he was found guilty of "bullying and harassing" fellow jockey Bryony Frost. An independent judicial panel will hear the appeal, against both the findings and...
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Robbie Dunne appeals against ban for bullying fellow jockey Bryony Frost

Robbie Dunne, the jockey who was suspended for 18 months after an independent disciplinary panel found him guilty of bullying fellow jockey Bryony Frost, has lodged an appeal against both the decision and penalty. On Thursday the British Horseracing Authority tweeted a notice to that effect saying: “The independent Judicial...
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Robbie Dunne lodges appeal against 18-month ban

Dunne, 36 – who denied all but one of the charges brought against him – was banned for 18 months, three of which were suspended, after being judged to have engaged in conduct at the track, online and in the weighing room that was prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of racing following an independent British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing in December.
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Robbie Dunne appeals 18-month suspension from racing for bullying and harassing Bryony Frost over seven-month period

Jockey Robbie Dunne has lodged an appeal against his 18-month ban for bullying and harassing fellow rider Bryony Frost over a seven-month period. The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) found Dunne in breach of four charges of conduct prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of racing, including bullying and harassing Frost between February 13, 2020 and September 3, 2020.
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Robbie Dunne has seven days to appeal ban in Bryony Frost case

Dunne, 36 – who denied all but one of the charges – was banned for 18 months, three of which were suspended, after being judged to have engaged in conduct at the track, online and in the weighing room that was prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and good reputation of racing.