Following its biggest ever investigation into alleged corruption in British horse racing, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has charged eleven people for serious breaches of its rules, including four jockeys who have been banned from the sport.

In October the disciplinary panel of the BHA began an enquiry into allegations of corruption against thirteen names individuals. The eleven-day enquiry focused upon the lay betting and the riding in ten races that took place between January and August 2009.

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