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" Underbelly" scenes at thoroughbred inquiry

09:31 PM 11 Jun 2015 NZST
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Racing NSW stewards heard allegations of cobalt supply, cash payments and standover tactics by key members of Flemington Equine Clinic in an explosive first day of Sam Kavanagh's case on Tuesday.
Stewards from Racing NSW and Racing Victoria have been running parallel investigations, with Kavanagh's father Mark and Danny O'Brien mentioned often throughout evidence on Tuesday.
Flemington Equine veterinary practice part-owner Tom Brennan and practice manager Aaron Corby, the former racing manager for the controversial BC3 thoroughbreds operation, repeatedly denied allegations made in Kavanagh's and others' evidence that Brennan had supplied a bottle labelled Vitamin Complex, which contained a high-concentration of cobalt.
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