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first_imgA 27 year old Milford man has been told he will go to prison if he continues to harass his neighbours.Edward McBride of Goalan in Milford appeared before Letterkenny District Court charged with engaging in threatening and abusive behaviour at Greyrocks, Milford.The court heard McBride had a history of trouble with another man in the house, Christopher Toye. Mr Toye and his family heard a bang and saw McBride out in the driveway of the house.Garda Inspector Goretti Sheridan that McBride was heard to shout at Mr Toye “Come out or I’ll wreck your auld doll’s car.”The court heard that McBride had 15 previous convictions inclading charges of asssault and public order.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said the dispute between the two parties had settled down now.He said alcohol was a factor but pointed to the fact that McBride had not been before the courts for more than a year.Judge Paul Kelly said McBride had “got away quite lightly the last time.”He jailed him for four months but suspended the sentence for two years ordering him to be of good behaviour and not to go near the injured parties of Christopher and Kathleen Toye.MAN TOLD NEIGHBOUR HE WAS GOING TO ‘WRECK HIS AULD DOLL’S CAR’ was last modified: March 4th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalEdward McBrideGardaiMilfordlast_img read more

Gibbons faces music over alleged urine swap to avoid positive test for cocaine

first_imgShare on LinkedIn Sale of Galileo filly signals end to 12-year Godolphin-Coolmore rift Read more news Gibbons, who was the leading jockey on the winter all-weather circuit at the time of the incident, faces a ban of up to three years if he is found to have “acted in a manner prejudicial to the integrity, proper conduct and/or good reputation of horseracing” by attempting to pass off a sample from Callum Shepherd as his own.At least 10 riders were selected randomly for sampling by a British Horseracing Authority testing team at Kempton’s evening meeting on 7 December 2016. Reports at the time suggested Shepherd initially agreed to provide a sample for Gibbons, but then assisted the stewards and officials with an inquiry into alleged “sampling irregularity”.Gibbons agreed to stand down from riding “with immediate, indefinite effect” on 8 December after details emerged of the events the previous evening, and has not ridden in public since.In 17 seasons in the saddle he has ridden more than 1,000 winners including victories at Group Two and Group Three level, and was on course to reach 100 winners in a calendar year for the first time in his career at the time of the Kempton incident. Gibbons also has a history of problems relating to alcohol. He was suspended from riding for 35 days after failing a breath test in 2007 before a meeting at Hamilton, and banned from driving for four years in 2011 after being found asleep in his car outside his Yorkshire home after driving from a local pub. A subsequent blood test showed that Gibbons was three times over the limit.The presence of benzoylecgonine, a metabolite of cocaine, in Gibbons’s sample from Kempton was only revealed on Wednesday, when the BHA published the official notice of Thursday’s hearing. He is the 13th jockey to test positive for cocaine in Britain since testing was introduced in 1994, and could expect to face a six-month ban from riding as a result. His apparent attempt to cheat the system, however, has led to an additional charge under the disrepute rule, which carries a maximum penalty of a three-year ban.The panel on Thursday is also expected to formally conclude the racing career of Dale Swift, who took the Ebor Handicap at York in 2011 aboard Moyenne Corniche. Swift has not ridden since April, when he announced his retirement from the saddle because of increasing weight problems.It has now emerged that Swift, who served a six-month ban after testing positive for cocaine in 2015, returned a second positive for the same drug when sampled at Southwell racecourse on 29 March.There was little movement on Wednesday in the outright betting on the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, with the market awaiting the announcement on Friday of the final field and draw, but Ladbrokes decided to close betting on Ryan Moore’s mount at Chantilly after seeing money only for Order Of St George, the 2016 Ascot Gold Cup winner and third home in last year’s race.Limato, an impressive winner of the Group One Prix de la Foret on the Arc undercard last season, has been ruled out of this year’s renewal due to the likelihood of soft ground on Sunday, while the connections of Marsha, who will attempt a repeat win in the Prix de l’Abbaye, are also concerned about the likely conditions at Chantilly.“ We won’t be using it as an excuse if she gets beaten, though. She’s heading to the December sales like Elite [Racing Club, Marsha’s owners] tend to do, but the syndicate do have a few of her siblings, who are now very valuable.She’s run well on soft ground at Goodwood,” William Butler, assistant to Sir Mark Prescott, Marsha’s trainer, said. “We’ll just have to hope they don’t get too much more rain. She’s all speed and there’s no doubt that she’d prefer better ground.”Thursday’s tips, by Greg WoodNewmarket2.00 Para Mio 2.35 Tadleel 3.10 Summer Chorus (nap) 3.45 Elarqam 4.20 Arch Villain 4.55 Amlad 5.30 Sun Lover 6.05 Brief VisitPontefract2.20 Ormesher 2.55 Dathanna 3.30 Johnny Cavagin 4.05 Grandad’s World 4.40 Indian Chief 5.15 Austrian School 5.50 Muatadel 6.20 MirimarPerth2.10 Calett Mad 2.45 Jet Master 3.20 Mumgos Debut 3.55 Golden Jeffrey 4.30 Fagan 5.05 Pat’s Oscar 5.40 Mac N CheeseChelmsford City5.45 Wilson 6.15 Jupiter (nb) 6.45 Glassalt 7.15 Merry Banter 7.45 Agnethe 8.15 My Girl Maisie 8.45 Entangling 9.15 Sacred Way … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. 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Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Since you’re here… Share on Twitter Topics Horse racing tips Graham Gibbons, who allegedly attempted to swap a sample of his urine for one provided by a young apprentice before a random drug test, will face a disciplinary panel in London on Thursday after it emerged that his own sample subsequently tested positive for a metabolite of cocaine. Share on Facebook Share on Pinterest Horse racing Share via Email Support The Guardian Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Reuse this contentlast_img read more

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