Alan Munro to be Subject of a Disciplinary Panel Enquiry
Published: 8 July 2005
Following an investigation by the Security Department, the Jockey Club announced today that a Disciplinary Panel enquiry will be held into Alan Munro’s behaviour towards Richard Quinn in the Jockeys Changing Room at Newmarket on 21st May 2005.
Alan Munro has been charged with a breach of Rule 220 (ii) (a) which states that no person shall act in any violent or improper manner on any land or premises used by the Stewards or owned, used or licensed by the Stewards of the Jockey Club.
A date for the enquiry will be confirmed in due course.
8th July 2005
Notes for Editors:
1. As per p38 of The Jockey Club Guide to Procedures and Penalties, if found guilty, Munro could face a fine of between £120-£2000 or be suspended – the penalties for violent or improper conduct between riders and/or trainers.