French horse racing stewards will meet next week to decide whether to take further action against jockey Frankie Dettori over his positive drug test.
The British-based rider tested positive for an unidentified banned substance on September 16 at Longchamp.
The medical committee of the French horse racing association temporarily suspended the Italian on “medical grounds” last week and transferred the case to France Galop – the governing body.
France Galop said in an email on Tuesday that it would hear Dettori’s case on December 4.
The 41-year-old Dettori, a three-time champion jockey in Britain, is best known for riding seven winners on one day at Ascot in 1996.