Martin Dwyer set to face BHA over India ban
Last Updated: 23/09/13 3:37pm
Martin Dwyer: Documentation received from India
The British Horseracing Authority has received documentation from the Royal Western India Turf Club in relation to jockey Martin Dwyer's ban.
Dwyer picked up the 56-day ban in February, a suspension dramatically increased to eight months on appeal.
The Derby-winning jockey had some success when the punishment was reverted back to its original length following further representations, but Dwyer is asking the BHA not to reciprocate the suspension.
He will now be able to ride until October 7 or until the non-reciprocation hearing, whichever comes first.
The BHA tweeted on Monday: "The disciplinary panel has extended the stay on Martin Dwyer's suspension until October 7, or until non-reciprocation application hearing
"The necessary documentation has today been received from RWITC so a date for the hearing will be scheduled as soon as is possible."