The Bastimans are charged as a result of a raised reading for cobalt given by John Caesar after a race he won in 2016
New ground will be broken on Friday morning, which brings the first disciplinary hearing involving a British-based trainer charged with giving cobalt to a racehorse. Rebecca Bastiman and her father, Robin, are expected to defend themselves against the charge, which relates to John Caesar, found to have an elevated level of cobalt in the sample taken after his win at Wolverhampton on 8 April 2016, the eve of the Grand National.
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