By: Ray Paulick The Arkansas State Racing Commission on Thursday began random testing for total carbon dioxide (TCO2) levels in horses competing at Oaklawn Park. The move, widely supported by horsemen who seek a level playing field among their peers, adds to integrity measures taken earlier this year at the Hot Springs, Ark., racetrack, including
By: BloodHorse Staff The Stronach Group announced Jan. 13 its enhanced security measures for horses competing in the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) at Gulfstream Park Jan. 28. In addition to all other applicable state laws and track policies, Gulfstream Park will mandate the following protocols for horses competing in the PWCI:
By: Mike Lizzi The track’s second leading trainer in 2016 is not welcome to race at the New York track while being investigated for an alleged association with banned trainers Josh Marks and Tracy Brainard. Tom Milici, the second-leading trainer at Yonkers Raceway with 221 victories in 2016, is no longer allowed to enter horses
By: Shane Anderson The career of Mark Riley could be over after Racing Victoria won its appeal against a decision to clear the trainer of doping at the state's highest court on Wednesday. The Mornington-based trainer had been cleared in October last year by the Victorian Supreme Court but that decision was overturned by the
By Paul Courts HARNESS Racing New South Wales today conducted an inquiry into a report received from the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory that plasma Total Carbon Dioxide (TCO2) above the prescribed threshold was detected in a pre-race blood sample taken from Precious M prior to race 6, conducted at Dubbo on Sunday, 13 September 2015.