$75,000 Fine, 4-Year Suspension for New Mexico Trainer: TDN 4/19/17

By: T.D. Thornton A New Mexico-based trainer who continued to race Thoroughbreds unsanctioned for nearly two years despite having two horses test positive for a Class 1, Penalty Schedule A drug in 2015 now faces a $75,000 fine and a four-year suspension. The New Mexico Racing Commission (NMRC) handed down the hefty sentence to Jose

Suspension, fines for 2 horse trainers: Albuquerque Journal 6/23/15

RMTC By Charles D. Brunt New Mexico Racing Commission stewards suspended trainer Lillian N. Silva for a year and fined her $5,000 after a horse under her care tested positive for more than double the legal amount of the drug Clenbuterol following a Nov. 3 race at Zia Park in Hobbs, according to rulings recently

Horse owner, trainer sanctioned: Albuquerque Journal 1/26/15

By Charles D. Brunt / Journal Staff Writer The New Mexico Racing Commission has sanctioned a racehorse trainer and a horse owner after their horse was found to have almost six times more of a regulated drug in its system than allowed after winning a race at Zia Park. The owner has to give up