V. J. SELLARS SUSPENDED
A judicial inquiry was held at Marton on Saturday into the fall of Autolite at the straight entrance in the Flying Handicap on the opening day. After hearing evidence the stewards found that V. J. Sellars, rider of Black Robe, had committed an error of jurgment that amounted to careless riding. In view of the good report given of the lad's conduct by the stipendiary steward, Mr. B. N. Sandilands, and actuated by Sellars's candour in giving evidence, the stewards decided to impose- a, suspension of one month only. Further, Sellars was allowed to fulfil his engagements for the day.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CXXXVI, Issue 70, 20 September 1943
V. J. SELLARS SUSPENDED Evening Post, Volume CXXXVI, Issue 70, 20 September 1943
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