Extra charges in cobalt case
THE vet at the centre of cobalt investigations in two states is one of two people to face additional charges in the case involving Sydney trainer Sam Kavanagh.
Dr Tom Brennan of the Flemington Equine Clinic and harness racing identity John Camilleri have both been charged with giving false evidence to the Racing NSW inquiry.
Brennan originally denied being the source of two bottles sent to Kavanagh labelled Vitamin Complex, which were later found to contain cobalt.
Last week, Brennan changed his evidence but denied knowing the bottles contained the banned substance. He also admitted he had destroyed clerical records of their delivery by mail to Kavanagh.
Brennan is already facing several charges in the Sam Kavanagh case.