Turfway Barn Search Yields Injectables: TDN 2/28/19

By: T.D. Thornton A Turfway Park barn search that turned up injectable medications, syringes, and needles has led to a pair of 90-day suspensions for trainer Amanda Dimmett and owner Jerry Dimmett. According to three Kentucky Horse Racing Commission stewards’ rulings dated Feb. 21 and 22, the Jan. 11 search of Turfway’s Barn 14 came

Williams in Clear After Ibuprofen Positive: Racing.Com 2/7/17

By: Racing.Com Staff Warrnambool trainer Matthew Williams has been cleared of any rule breach, following an investigation into a raceday Ibuprofen detection in galloper Oregon Spirit. Oregon Spirit was set to race at Flemington on December 10, but was scratched at the barriers on veterinary advice after rearing in the gates. As it happened, the

Lees Galloper in Positive Swab: Stewards: Nine MSN 4/29/16

By: AAP Queen Elizabeth Stakes-winning trainer Kris Lees will face a positive swab inquiry, a Racing NSW stewards' statement has confirmed. The Lees-trained City Of Justice tested positive to the anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen after winning at Taree in January. Newcastle-based Lees will front stewards on May 9, less than a month after he trained Lucia

Racing Victoria stands firm on ibuprofen: The Sydney Morning Herald 2/11/16

By: Patrick Bartley Racing Victoria has resisted making changes to its drug-free policy, despite calls for a relaxation in the rule over positive swabs  for the anti-inflammatory substance ibuprofen. Racing Victoria announced after its monthly board meeting that it sympathises with owners of horses that are currently continuing to return positive swabs long after they

Integrity Council To Review Ibuprofen: Racing.com 1/21/16

By: Shane Anderson The emergence of Ibuprofen as a problem drug in racing will be reviewed by the Racing Victoria (RV) Integrity Council when it meets on February 1. RV Stewards will brief the council on recent cases which have shown a number of horses returning a positive urine sample to the drug. These cases

Trainers Urged To Stop Using Ibuprofen or Face Unfair Consequences: Herald Sun 1/17/16

By: Matt Stewart THE Australian Trainers’ Ass­ociation has urged its members to toss out their ibuprofen or suffer the unfair consequences. The list of trainers with ­inadvertent positive drug tests to the anti-inflammatory medication is growing — and the cost is significant; the horse loses the race and the trainer can be fined up to

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