https://apple.news/AjhecmjWeSsGxZ5sGsrAJnw Kentucky Derby winner tests positive for anti-inflammatory and Baffert doesn’t feel safe training anymore. Have drug testing thresholds become arbitrary with no rational relationship to safety in racing? Read more …
On August 14, 2019, the Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission published the unofficial “Rules of Racing” on its website. Significant changes were made to Chapter 45 which is titled “Prohibited Practices and Equine Testing.” To avoid penalty, Trainers and Owners must review these changes carefully and ensure compliance.
Joe Landers turned his lifelong love for horses into a lucrative business, first by breeding them on his Texas ranch and then running a pharmacy... — Read on http://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2019/07/05/pharmacy-owner-whose-drugs-led-doped-racehorses-admits-peddling-unsafe-equine-drugs
U.S. Reps. Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.), and Andy Barr (R-Ky.), congressmen representing Saratoga Springs and Lexington, respectively, introduced March 14 the Horseracing Integrity Act to create a uniform national standard for drug testing in racehorses that would be overseen by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. — Read on http://www.americasbestracing.net/the-sport/2019-horse-first-bill-2019-horseracing-integrity-act
Horse racing is a vibrant business in Oklahoma. Will this new decision by the United States Supreme Court in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, which in the absence of federal legislation allows each state to directly regulate sports betting, present new opportunities for expansion? http://www.horsecouncil.org/press-release/supreme-court-opens-state-sports-betting-flood-gates-sen-hatch-offers-federal-framework/