Tag: "doping"

Larry Bramlage
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American racing should give up race-day furosemide, says respected vet

“Racing survived 100 years without it; we can do it again.”

Leading Light gets the better of the Queen's Estimate, center, and Missunited, in the Ascot Gold Cup in June.
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Queen’s race mare loses prize money over failed drugs tests

No fines against trainers, who were found to bear no blame for the failed tests.

Laddy spent the last four years of his long life with the British charity Redwings. Photos: Redwings
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Laddy, 36, farewelled by British charity

“Laddy will be sorely missed by all,” said Redwings’ chief executive Lynn Cutress.

Louis Romanet
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World racing boss urges uniformity over drugs in US

Elimination of race-day medication would further bring US, Canada into line with rest of world.

Positive morphine tests probably from contaminated feed - racing body
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Positive morphine tests probably from contaminated feed – racing body

British Horseracing Authority provides update on probe.

Ogden Mills Phipps
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US Jockey Club to lobby for federal racing legislation

Federal laws said to be a key step in bringing uniformity to US racing,

Jock Paget and Clifton Promise.
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Paget cleared of wrongdoing over doping charge

FEI Tribunal accepts Jock Paget bears no fault or negligence in Burghley doping case.

Jonathan "Jock" Paget
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Jock Paget: “Complete relief” after FEI decision

“I feel as though I had my career stripped from me.”

Frances Stead with Jonathan Paget and Clifton Promise after their team bronze medal winning performance at the London 2012 Olympics.
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Frances Stead reflects on missed opportunities, but looks to the future

Knowingly using reserpine would be “absolute madness”.

Group of American trainers back race-day medication ban
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Group of American trainers back race-day medication ban

“We believe it’s time to take a proactive position.”

Dried poppy seed pods and seeds.
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Seven British racehorses now positive for morphine

British Horseracing Authority says it cannot rule out the possibility of more positive tests.

Leading Light gets the better of the Queen's Estimate, center, and Missunited, in the Ascot Gold Cup in June.
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Queen’s horse tests positive for morphine

Feed contamination suspected in cluster of positive tests, including Queen’s horse.

Caution urged over compounded drugs in horses
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Caution urged over compounded drugs in horses

Warning over detection times and adverse effects when off-label drugs used.

Five positive morphine tests in British thoroughbreds
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Five positive morphine tests in British thoroughbreds

Cluster of positive results in raceday doping tests.

British racing industry gets tougher on anabolic steroids
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British racing industry gets tougher on anabolic steroids

Minimum 14-month ban for horses testing positive for anabolic steroids.

Racing industry seeks answers over use of cobalt
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Racing industry seeks answers over use of cobalt

Bid to set a US standard in racing that will withstand a court challenge.

Victoria McCullough making her momentous announcement at the 2012 American Equine Summit to take on the horse slaughter issue.
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Pair to be honored for work protecting horses

Equine Advocates to honor pair for work in banning slaughter and anti-doping movements.

Fee for competitors proposed to fund anti-doping plan
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Fee for competitors proposed to fund anti-doping plan

FEI looks to expand anti-doping programme and organise more consistent funding.

Owners urged to reveal racehorse medications
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Owners urged to reveal racehorse medications

Racehorse owners in the US are now able to make their horse’s veterinary records public in a new initiative announced this week by The Jockey Club.

Jonathan Paget and Clifton Promise.
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Paget’s London hearing just days away

FEI Tribunal to hear Jock Paget’s defence over discovery of sedative in Clifton Promise.

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