Appeals for Trainers and Jockeys
The appeal process for trainers and jockeys in the horse racing industry varies by state. In Queensland, appeals must be lodged with the Racing Disciplinary Board (RDB) while in New South Wales, appeals need to go through Racing NSW (RNSW). In both states, appeals need to be lodged within the specified time limit.
The dedicated lawyers at Attwood Marshall are experienced in the appeal process on both sides of the border, and have the state-specific knowledge and practice to guide you through your preparation and hearing.
We can assist and advise you before, during and after the appeal hearing and will ensure all the correct procedures are followed and paperwork is lodged. We can also represent you during your appearance before the board, giving you the best possible chance of a favourable outcome.
Following the appeal, if you choose to have the decision reviewed, we can guide you in taking the next step.