An inquiry into high cobalt levels found in last year’s Rockhampton Cup winner is set to resume in Brisbane.
Central Queensland trainer Jamie McConachy will appear before stewards for a second time on Thursday.
Swabs taken from Vandalised after his win in June, 2014 showed levels of 280 and 293 micrograms per litre or urine.
The national threshold is 200mcg/L.
McConachy strongly denied knowingly administering cobalt to Vandalised and thought it may have been contained in a legal supplement.
His lawyer Matt Tutt gained an adjournment to seek expert evidence to support McConachy’s case.
North Queensland trainer Glen Baker was recently disqualified for two years for a cobalt irregularity found in January’s Doomben winner French Lesson.