Trainer Jarrod McLean fined $13,000: AAP 09/01/17

Trainer Jarrod McLean has been fined a total of $13,000 in relation to starting a horse on two separate occasions when veterinary reports confirmed it had had corticosteroid injections within eight clear days of racing. Stewards have disqualified the McLean-trained Wee Frankie from his eighth placing in a race at Sandown on April 27, 2016

Trainer Werre’s Suspension Reduced to 7 Days: The Blood-Horse 7/13/15

RMTC By Ron Mitchell A Kentucky trainer whose one-year suspension and $5,000 fine for a medication positive were overturned by a judge has agreed to a seven-day suspension and $500 fine from the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. Mike Meuser, an attorney representing trainer Daniel Werre, and the KHRC signed the agreed order on the revised

Vazquez Files Appeal After Xylazine Positive in Pennsylvania: The Paulick Report 7/8/15

RMTC By Ray Paulick Troubled Mid-Atlantic trainer Juan Vazquez – ejected this year from tracks in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia – is appealing a June 17 ruling from stewards at Pennsylvania’s Penn National racetrack fining him $2,000 after a horse he trains tested positive for the short acting sedative xylazine. The official chemist

Delaware Park Latest Track to Boot Vazquez: The Blood-Horse 6/30/15

RMTC By Frank Angst Trainer Juan C. Vazquez is slowly running out of Mid-Atlantic tracks at which to run his horses after Delaware Park informed the trainer he is no longer welcome to race his horse there. On June 30 Delaware Park chief executive officer Bill Fasy said the track had barred the trainer from

Gorder granted stay of 14-month suspension: Daily Racing Form 5/8/15

RMTC By: Matt Hegarty Trainer Kellyn Gorder has been granted a stay of a 14-month suspension for two Kentucky rules violations and will be free to start horses until an appeal of the ruling is heard, according to Kentucky chief state steward Barbara Borden. Gorder appealed the suspension shortly after it was handed down in

Methamphetamine Positive Lands Gorder 14-Month Suspension: The Paulick Report 4/22/15

RMTC by Ray Paulick Trainer Kellyn Gorder has been suspended one year and fined $5,000 by Kentucky Horse Racing Commission stewards after the discovery of methamphetamine in Bourbon Warfare, a 3-year-old Colonel John filly owned by Bourbon Lane Stable who finished first in a maiden special weight race at Churchill Downs Nov. 22, 2014. Gorder

Trainer McCauley Facing KHRC Allegations: The Blood-Horse 3/24/15

RMTC By Frank Angst Trainer Tevis McCauley will have to answer to multiple charges, including allegations of "milkshaking" and medication rule violations, following an investigation by Kentucky Horse Racing Commission staff. After an executive session during its regular meeting Monday, March 23, the KHRC voted to charge McCauley with numerous violations following the staff investigation.

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