More Joyous could result in trio of bans

IT WILL be standing room only at today's racing NSW inquiry into the circumstances leading up to the inglorious effort of champion mare More Joyous in the All Aged Stakes at Randwick on April 27.

But the big question is: Will several of the key players in the saga be among the expected big crowd?

Racing NSW chief executive Ray Murrihy has confirmed former jockey Andrew Robinson, rugby league legend Andrew Johns and brothel owner Eddie Hayson are required to attend to give evidence.

The trio could be banned from racetracks for life if they fail to show.

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