By Andrew Atkinson
Former jockey Graham Bradley – warned off for five years after it was found he had passed information for reward – has registered as a racehorse owner in Ireland.
Marchons Ensemble, owned by Bradley, that ran at Limeric recently, has been entered to race at The Curragh’s Derby meeting on Friday June 28.
The British Horseracing Authority rubber stamped a one-day licence in 2010 – for Bradley to ride in the Legends race at Doncaster racecourse.
In 2015 the BHA did not deem Bradley as a suitable person to hold a trainer’s licence. An application was also reportedly turned down for Bradley’s wife to register as an owner.
Horse Racing in Ireland has discretion, over whether to allow a person to register as an owner.
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