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

Trainers want action on arsenic threshold: The West Australian 8/15/18

By: Jay Rooney The WA Racing Trainers’ Association has called for an urgent overhaul of the national threshold for arsenic after a spate of positive swabs. After meeting with Racing and Wagering WA general manager of integrity Denis Borovica, chief steward Brad Lewis and veterinarian Judith Medd last Friday, the WARTA will write to Racing

PA Regulation ‘Suspends’ Horses after most Positive Tests: THA 07/27/17

By: Tom LaMarra The Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission July 26 approved a new regulation that will make racehorses that test positive for a prohibited substance ineligible to compete for a period of time. The regulation, which is expected to take effect Sept. 1, calls for such horses to be placed on the stewards’ list for

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