Fergal Lynch has one booked ride at Ayr on Monday
Last Updated: 09/08/14 12:55pm
Fergal Lynch has one booked ride at Ayr on Monday as he prepares to make his return to British racing.
The jockey, 36, admitted to stopping a horse, Bond City, from winning at Ripon in August 2004, supplying inside information about six of his rides and associating with the disqualified Miles Rodgers.
Irish trainer Michael O'Callaghan revealed earlier this week he planned to hand Lynch the mount aboard Mr Bounty in Ayr's Danny Tyson Handicap and he has been declared for the ride in the second division of the seven-furlong contest at 3.30.
The former champion apprentice was fined £50,000 in July 2009 and agreed not to ride in Britain for at least a year as part of a plea bargain agreement with the British Horseracing Authority.
He has, however, been free to ride in Ireland after he was granted a licence by the Irish Turf Club in April 2012.
He has been granted permission to ride in Britain under BHA rules as an overseas jockey, initially for a probationary period.
Lynch was told he must firstly participate in a BHA integrity education video before returning to the saddle in Britain.