More charges for Munce and son
Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) stewards have charged trainer Chris Munce and his stable hand son Corey with a total of 10 additional charges as part of an ongoing inquiry into breaches of the Rules of Racing occurring during September and October 2020.
Munce senior has been charged with six counts of injecting racehorses within one clear day of them competing. He’s also been charged with two counts of administering an alkalinising agent to horses on race day.
Munce junior has been charged with two counts of being a party to the administration of an alkalinising agent to horses on race day.
Mr Munce and his son have until 2 August 2022, to provide written submissions to the charges.