‘I’ve been in touch with Gerald and he’s understanding and the horses will go over today.
“If you have any concerns about this new appointment, please contact me directly. It’s a disappointing requirement, but essential for everyone involved.”
Bishop, who is overseas, declined to comment when contacted by Age on Friday.
Ryan, asked if the horses had been moved with his blessing, told The Age and the Herald via text message: “They pay the bills as is [sic] her option.”
Ryan and Alexiou train at least four Equi-com horses. Flying Crazy was the syndicate’s flag bearer, winning five of 18 career starts and more than $360,000 in prize money, including three listed races.
Flying Artie’s son also competed in a Run To The Rose, a Hobartville and a Silver Eagle.
Ruby Kisses, also a four-year-old by Flying Artie, has won more than $400,000 for owners after starting her career with Gary and John Moore.
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https://www.smh.com.au/sport/racing/syndicate-pulls-horses-from-ryan-s-stable-after-fresh-police-investigation-20230317-p5csyj.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_sport The racing syndicate pulls horses from Gerald Ryan’s stable after a new police investigation