Robbie Dunne has until eventually January 12 to enchantment his 18-month ban handed to him by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) for bullying and harassing fellow jockey Bryony Frost following composed explanations have been posted this early morning.
The BHA discovered Dunne in breach of four charges of perform prejudicial to the integrity, good carry out and superior status of racing, such as bullying and harassing Frost concerning February 13, 2020 and September 3, 2020.
The the vast majority of the incidents in query took spot in 2020, when Dunne was uncovered by the panel to have threatened Frost by promising to “set her by a wing (of a fence)” and he was also accused of working with misogynistic language these types of as “f****** w***e”, “f****** s**t” and “unsafe c***” toward her.
The BHA published their prepared explanations for the duration of the ban and the responsible verdict on Thursday early morning, stating that: “A monetary penalty was wholly inadequate to fulfill the justice of this case. Suspension of licence was inescapable.
“The issues proved were being consecutive, occurred in excess of six months, as time went by deepening in spitefulness, and therefore the text and functions achieving the ever more chilling influence upon the target which Mr Dunne meant.
“As very well as falling foul of the restrictions as pleaded, this kind of behaviour, from anyone who presented himself as one of the elders of the sport, environment expectations and allegedly offering sensible counsel to junior jockeys was hypocritical.”
“The suitable method was to resolve a cumulative interval and to impose it concurrently for each offence.”