Disqualified Group One winning jockey Nash Rawiller will look to return to race riding in Melbourne after he serves his fifteen month suspension.
Nash Rawiller was suspended from riding by the Hong Kong Jockey Club last April after being found guilty of receiving gifts and or money for tips.
Rawiller plans to ride trackwork and trials in Sydney from Thursday week ahead of his race riding return following his disqualification which is set to expire on July 25th.
“I’ve got six weeks of riding work, so I want to make the most of it.” Rawiller told the Herald Sun newspaper.
The three-time Sydney premiership winner will need to receive clearance from Racing Victoria before he is able to ride.