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

Four trainers have escaped arsenic charges: Wide World of Sports: 11/27/17

Press Release: Racing Victoria stewards will not be issuing charges against four trainers who had horses return positive tests to arsenic. Stephen Theodore, Gareth Andrews, Kelvin Southey and Shae Reynolds all had horses horses return arsenic levels above the 0.30 milligrams per litre of urine threshold following races between May and August 2015. It was