Ben Smith facing 10 charges: Racing.com 4/17/19

By: Racing.com Staff Newcastle trainer Ben Smith will face 10 charges concerning the use and supply of prohibited substances from May 7. Last September, Racing NSW stewards suspended the trainer indefinitely after he provided false evidence at the initial inquiry into irregularities in two swab samples taken from two of his gallopers. The charges are

New EC Equine Medication Control Rules For 2019: Horse Canada 4/15/19

By: Equestrian Canada In keeping with its mission to deliver safe, fair and clean sport, Equestrian Canada (EC) reviews and updates its Equine Medication Control Program on an annual basis. The Equine Medication Control rules can be found in Chapter 10 (pages 41 to 50) of the EC General Regulations, Section A. Additional information and guidelines

Another charge for Ben Currie: Racing.com 4/5/19

Press Release: Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie will take another prohibited substance charge with him to the races on Saturday after he was advised of a further alleged rule breach on Friday. Currie has 21 runners entered for his hometown Weetwood Handicap meeting on Saturday but he has an even longer list of charges after the

Embalming fluid found in In Her Time after feature race win: Racenet 3/12/19

By: Clinton Payne In Her Time’s Group II Sydney Stakes win in 2017 is under a cloud after it was revealed the mare returned elevated levels of formaldehyde - an embalming fluid – during the Ben Smith inquiry on Tuesday. Stewards continued their inquiry into the embattled trainer’s actions at the offices of Racing NSW

Smerdon argues against power of tribunal: Racenet 3/12/19

Press Release: Robert Smerdon has argued a racing tribunal had no power to ban him for life over the "Aquanita eight" doping scandal because he had surrendered his trainer's licence. One of four trainers appealing their disqualifications over the cheating conspiracy, Smerdon has also challenged the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board's jurisdiction to hear the charges

Drug Rule Changes To Be Discussed: Standardbred Canada 2/15/19

Press Release: Proposals to modify the regulatory policy concerning clenbuterol and betamethasone use in harness racing will be one of the major topics considered at the upcoming meeting of the Association of Racing Commissioners International (ARCI) when it meets April 3-5, 2019 in Arcadia, California. The proposed changes were submitted late last year to Standardbred

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