Nash Rawiller has returned to Australia. The Daily Telegraph has reported after Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption decided that not to lay charges against him with the 43 year old hoop having spent the last four and a half months in Hong Kong awaiting the outcome of the investigation.
Whilst the stewards found that there was no evidence to suggest that Nash had not given the rides he had every possible chance during his tenure there, it was discovered that Rawiller had a vested interest in wagers on horses he was riding, multiple times. Also, he was charged with having accepted gifts for tips in relation to horses he was riding.
Rawiller still has the best part of 11 months to serve on his current ban which was handed down in April this year and will be able to return to racing in August 2019.