New Mexico Regulator Moves Toward Ban of Albuterol: BloodHorse 1/28/19

BloodHorse Staff: Believing improper use of albuterol has gone up since clenbuterol was banned from racing in the state, the New Mexico Racing Commission is moving toward a ban of albuterol. The NMRC Rules and Medication Committee voted Jan. 16 to make albuterol a "zero tolerance" drug in the state, in both Quarter Horse and

$75,000 Fine, 4-Year Suspension for New Mexico Trainer: TDN 4/19/17

By: T.D. Thornton A New Mexico-based trainer who continued to race Thoroughbreds unsanctioned for nearly two years despite having two horses test positive for a Class 1, Penalty Schedule A drug in 2015 now faces a $75,000 fine and a four-year suspension. The New Mexico Racing Commission (NMRC) handed down the hefty sentence to Jose

New Mexico Racing Commission Fines Owner $15,000 for Connection to Clenbuterol Positives: NMRC.State 1/13/17

By: New Mexico Racing Commission/Press Release The New Mexico Racing Commission (NMRC) recently utilized its ability to fine owners of horses when their horses are confirmed positive for illegal drugs. Owner Alberto Villanueva was fined $15,000 recently for owning five Quarter Horses that proved positive for the prohibited substance Clenbuterol. Villanueva’s problems started back in

N.M. Plans Added Out-of-Competition Testing: The Blood-Horse 4/26/16

By: Blood-Horse Staff The New Mexico Racing Commission immediately will begin enhanced out-of-competition testing at SunRay Park in Farmington as the state regulator launches an enhanced effort to halt cheating. The NMRC announced enhanced out-of-competition testing at its April 21 monthly meeting. The regulator said New Mexico Administrative code allows for the NMRC to conduct, without

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