LUKE Mulley will appeal a six-month disqualification.
Mulley was barred after being found guilty of hindering a steward following a Harness Racing NSW inquiry this month.
He was found in breach of rule 187.5, where a person shall not abuse, intimidate or be deliberately obstructive of the stewards.
Stewards allege Mulley failed to hand over products upon request during an inspection at his stables on August 3 last year.
Mulley has not been granted a stay with his disqualification coming into effect from May 4.
It was why Sports Candy was a late scratching from the first round of heats of the Regional Championships before finishing third last week for new trainer Ellen Bartley.
She races in the A consolation on Friday after drawing barrier 10.
MAJOR Roll headlines the nominations for Sunday's Wagga Pacers Cup.
Overall 11 were received for the $9690 feature, which has been significantly cut due to the coronavirus crisis.
The Stephen Maguire-trained four-year-old is one of three last-start winners with six of them finishing behind Rusty Crackers on May 8.
EACH finalist in the Regional Championships final will race for the chance to earn its chosen charity money.
The ten finalists have each chosen a charity and should the horse win they will donate some of the prize money to the charity.
Wagga Harness Racing Club will also donate to the successful charity.
The two finalists for trainer Ellen Bartley - Western Sonador and Brooklyns Best - have each chosen Good Talk while the connections of the favourite, Whereyabinboppin, have selected Men of League.
Other charities chosen are The Smith Family (Streamliner), Children's Ward Wagga Base Hospital (We Salute You), Bushfire Appeal (Rocky Creed), Country Hope (Ultimate Risk), McGrath Foundation (Ideal Fantasy), St Vincent de Pual (Cee Cee Ambro) and Junee Can Assist (Mister Donald) .
YOUNG'S Tipperary Equine will stand He's Watching for the upcoming breeding season.
Months after losing stallion Alta Christiano to colic, Luke Primmer will stand the son of American Ideal.
He makes his NSW debut standing for $2500 and has produced 14 winners in Australia so far this season with his oldest progeny three.
PHILANDERING Chef looks to be making winning a habit.
The three-year-old had been placed in eight of his 10 starts before breaking through.
He made it two wins on the trot for Young trainer-driver Todd Day on Friday.
NOMINATIONS continue to be received in big numbers for meetings at Riverina Paceway.
There were 137 nominations for Friday's meeting with another 134 for Sunday.
A new meeting has been added for Tuesday.