Dressage riders fined following supplement contamination: Horsetalk 12/26/18

Press Release: Contamination of a commercially available supplement with the banned substance ractopamine was behind two failed drug tests in high-level dressage horses who competed in Wellington, Florida, last year. The two cases have been dealt with by the FEI Tribunal, which found No Significant Fault or Negligence applied in either case. However, the tribunal

O’Sullivans disqualified until 2020: Racing.com 11/29/18

By: Brad Bishop Terry and Karina O'Sullivan are set to spend more than 12 months on the sidelines after being disqualified by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Thursday. The Stawell-based father-and-daughter training team were outed until December 31 next year in relation to elevated cobalt readings returned by two of their horses in

SA trainers have tubing bans cut on appeal: Racenet 11/28/18

Press Release: A training duo received significant reductions to hefty raceday treatment penalties after an appeal to the South Australian Racing Appeals Tribunal (RAT). Niki O’Shea and Ashton Downing received five and two-year penalties respectively after they were caught attempting to stomach tube a horse on the way to a Strathalbyn meeting on May 2. Stewards followed

Laing, Camerons avoid altrenogest sanctions: Racing.com 11/27/18

Racing.com Staff: Trainers Robbie Laing and Russell and Scott Cameron have avoided sanction after having mares in their respective stables test positive for trenbolone, an anabolic androgenic steroid. Racing Victoria stewards in their investigation found that Laing and the Camerons administered a product (Regu-Mate) containing the active constituent altrenogest, a product used to prevent mares

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