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Cocaine shame jockey Ghiani apologises after being stripped of his licence and banned for six months


Cocaine shame jockey Marco Ghiani apologises after being stripped of his licence and banned for six months following a failed drugs test at Newcastle races last year

  • Shamed flat jockey Marco Ghiani apologised to his fellow riders 
  • The 23-year-old Italian blamed the lapse on professional pressures
  • He was suspended on September 5 following the positive urine sample

Flat jockey Marco Ghiani has apologised to his fellow riders after his licence was withdrawn for six months following a failed drugs test, two days after he had taken cocaine.

The 23-year-old…



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