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
By: racing.com Staff Wodonga trainer Brian Cox and veterinarian Dr Robert Fielding will face the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in August, with five days set aside for the hearing. The RAD Board notified on Wednesday that the hearing of 13 charges (four in the alternative) against Cox and three against Dr Fielding will begin
By: Blood - Horse staff Officials from Keeneland Association, Fasig-Tipton Co., and Ocala Breeders' Sales Company on March 22 jointly announced they have amended the anabolic androgenic steroid policy. The policy has been amended to delete the "45-day" rule regarding the use of steroids in weanlings, yearlings, and 2-year-olds at any time prior to sale.
By Blood-Horse Staff As a result of veterinary advice during an investigation into whether a yearling sold at public auction tested positive for a prohibited anabolic steroid, Racing Queensland stewards have determined altrenogest is not so classified. The conclusion was made following a sample taken from a yearling colt sold at this year's Magic Millions