Registered South Australian greyhound trainer Lisa Rasmussen has been cautioned regarding instructions to her handlers after her handler Neville Hains was found guilty of “detrimental conduct” prior to boxing the greyhound Solution Solved.
After taking evidence from all parties, stewards charged Mr. Hains with an offence under GRSA Rule of Racing 86 (q) which reads :
R86 A person (including a official) shall be guilty of an offence if the person
- (q) commits or omits to do any act or engages in conduct which is in any way detrimental or prejudicial to the interest ,welfare, image, control or promotion of greyhound racing
Mr.Hains pleaded guilty to the charge, and was fined the sum of $400.00
Whatever Rasmussen instructed Hains to do officially remains a mystery, but Rasmussen was advised by stewards of her obligations into any further instructions given in relation to any greyhound under her care.
Oddly though, the conduct was seemingly either so offensive, or so insignificant that no record of it appears on the official GRSA Stewards Report from the race in question on the 31st March 2010.