(a) nominated to compete in an Event; (b) presented for a satisfactory, weight or whelping trial or such other trial as provided for pursuant to these Rules; or (c) presented for any test or examination for the purpose of a period of incapacitation or prohibition being varied or revoked shall present the greyhound free of any prohibited substance.
(3) The owner, trainer or person in charge of a greyhound presented contrary to sub-rule (2) shall be guilty of an offence.
(4) A greyhound presented for an Event contrary to sub-rules (1) or (2) shall be disqualified from the Event or any benefit derived from a trial or test.
(5) Where an Event is being or has been conducted as a series, if upon a single analysis a prohibited substance is found in a specimen-
(a) the greyhound shall be disqualified from the Event from which the specimen was taken and shall not be eligible to compete in any further Event in the series; and (b) if the greyhound has competed in any further Event of the series the greyhound shall be disqualified retrospectively from the Event.Mrs. Chegia pleaded not guilty to the charge. Stewards after considering the evidence found Mrs. Chegia guilty of the charge and was disqualified for a period of 5 months effective from Midnight Wednesday 22nd February 2012. Stewards acting under rule R83(4) disqualified Man O Honour from winning the Event and subsequently disqualified Man Of Honour in accordance with R83(4) from race eight(8) conducted at the meeting held at Gawler on 11th December 2011 and amended the placings accordingly. http://www.australianracinggreyhound.com/australian-greyhound-racing/south-australian-greyhound-racing/liz-chegia-disqualified-for-5-months-for-anabolic-steroid-positive/32300