Paget’s drug scandal affecting all Kiwi riders: Nicholson: 11/30/14

ONE Sport World number one equestrian rider Andrew Nicholson fears Jock Paget's positive drugs test could be affecting our other top competitors. Nicholson has returned home for a short break and has expressed concern that New Zealand's riders are coming under harsh scrutiny following Paget's troubles. Nicholson says being a kiwi may have cost him

Report says Fenton attempted to hide drugs: 11/26/14

By James Burn DISGRACED trainer Philip Fenton, who is facing a three-year-ban from racing, tried to hide banned substances from officials when they visited his yard, a report from the Turf Club has said. Fenton was hit with the suspension on Saturday after being found guilty of eight charges of possessing anabolic steroids that are

Turf Club will offer cash rewards for doping information: The Irish Times 11/24/14

By Brian O'Connor Racing Correspondent On the back of disqualifying Philip Fenton for three years over the trainer’s possession of banned animal remedies including anabolic steroids, the Turf Club plans to outline further measures to deal with the doping threat in 2015. These will include offering reward money of “up to five figures” for information

Update On Ractopamine In Feed: Standardbred Canada 11/3/2014

On Monday, the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency (CPMA) issued an update to the horse racing industry on recent findings of ractopamine in equine feed. This memo is further to our notice to industry on February 14, 2014 on the subject of ractopamine in feedstuffs wherein we reminded race horse owners and trainers that it remains their