Souloy Banned 15 Years and Fined $60,000: HarnessLink.Com 6/22/17

By: Karsten Bonsdorf, USTA Senior Newsroom Correspondent Today the Norwegian Trotting Association published the verdict in the doping case against French harness racing trainer Fabrice Souloy, who had four trotters test positive for Cobalt in June 2016 at Bjerke, Oslo. Souloy was banned from training and driving for 15 years and fined $60,000. The association had

‘Island’ Disqualified from Carnarvon: TDN 6/12/17

By: TDN Former Richard Hannon trainee Log Out Island (Ire) (Dark Angel {Ire}), a winner of the Listed Toronado Carnarvon S. on May 14, 2016, has been disqualified under Rule (A)74 Ground 3 from that race following a ruling by the Disciplinary Panel of the British Horseracing Authority (BHA), which held an enquiry on June

Turf Club CEO Says Drug Test Protocol Agreement Close: The Irish Times 5/30/17

By: Brian O'Connor Body “optimistic” deal can be reached with Breeders Association in next two weeks The Turf Club expects to have a protocol agreed within the next two weeks that will allow racing’s regulatory body carry out drug testing on stud farms.  The establishment of a mechanism which would allow Turf Club officials carry

Trainer, Stablehand Face Moe Tubing Charge:Nine.Com 5/30/17

By: AAP Mornington trainer Trent Pennuto and stablehand David Price have been charged with the alleged raceday stomach-tubing of a horse at Moe. The Pennuto-trained Chatober was withdrawn from its race last Thursday after Racing Victoria's Compliance and Assurance Team allegedly observed the pair stomach-tubing the mare at a premises near the Moe racecourse. At

Trainer Pleads Guilty-Fined $4,500:Harness Link 5/30/17

By: NZST The Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board today considered charges issued against licensed trainer Michael Doltoff under Australian Harness Racing Rules (AHRR) 196B(1) and 187(2) relating to a stable visit conducted by HRV Stewards on 8 December 2016. AHRR 196B(1) states: A person shall not without the permission of

Pennuto in Hot Water with Stewards: Racing.Com 5/25/17

By: Andrew Eddy Racing Victoria stewards are to decline nominations from Mornington trainer Trent Pennuto until further notice after they forced the scratching of his horse Chatober from Thursday’s Moe meeting after he was allegedly caught stomach-tubing the horse. Stewards ordered the withdrawal of Chatober at 3.23pm after receiving a report from the Compliance Assurance

End-of-Season Ratings Rules Changed after Masochistic Mishap: Racing Post 5/21/17

By: Howard Wright in Washington Horses disqualified after testing positive for a prohibited substance will be barred from the official annual end-of-season ratings, the World’s Best Racehorse Rankings, produced by the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities. The decision was taken by the IFHA executive council in Washington and revealed by chairman Louis Romanet at the

Horse Doping: CID Questions Turf Club Officials, Vet: The Times Of India 5/19/17

BENGLURU: Criminal Investigation Department (CID) sleuths, who are probing the alleged doping of a race horse, on Thursday questioned top officials of Bangalore Turf Club, including its veterinarian. A posse of CID officials visited the club to inspect the stable of Queen Latifa, the filly, and collected more samples. They also questioned other staff and