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SC Offers Online Exams For Trainers & Drivers

May 24, 2020:

Standardbred Canada (SC) is pleased to announce the launch of online exams for trainers and on

NJ To Prosecute Racing's Wrongdoers?

January 23, 2012:

Prosecution, not drug testing, is the way to ensure integrity in harness racing, Jeff Gural told the sold-out crowd at the Standardbred Breeders of Ontario Association Awards Banquet in Toronto on Saturday, January on

Conference Agenda Incorporates Feedback

October 17, 2011:

The Race Track Industry Program asked 'What’s on your mind?' and the racing industry has responded with a number of topics which have been integrated into the Symposium on Racing & Gaming agenda, thus ensuring that the organization has the 'right talk' at this year’s on

Faraldo/Gural Spat Continues

September 26, 2011:

The back and forth between racetrack owner-operator Jeff Gural and Standardbred Owners Association of New York President Joe Faraldo just refuses to on

Purses Reduced To Fund Drug Testing?

August 24, 2011:

Harness Racing New South Wales Chief Executive Sam Nati has been cited as saying that purse money may have to be redirected to drug testing following the scandal which is currently rocking the Down on

Owner Banned Due To Probe

August 23, 2011:

According to a report, a Down Under owner has been handed an indefinite ban by Harness Racing New South Wales. Owner Mark Vallender, who has been described as a 'close associate' of the recently-resigned HRNSW steward Matthew Bentley, has refused to hand over telephone records which were requested by the governing on

ORC To Test For Clenbuterol In Quarter Horses

June 17, 2011:

With the support of the Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario Inc., the Ontario Racing Commission has launched an initiative to conduct random out-of-competition testing for the presence of Clenbuterol in quarter on

Random Drug Testing Ushered In

May 30, 2011:

It was determined on Thursday, May 26 during the California Horse Racing Board's monthly meeting that random drug testing of jockeys, apprentice jockeys, and drivers will be on

Trainer Files Lawsuit Over TCO2 Threshold

March 10, 2011:

According to a report, a California trainer has called the California Horse Racing Board's TCO2 testing into question and has filed a lawsuit in federal on

KY Testing Rule To Gov.; Leavitt Vocal Again

September 8, 2010:

According to a report, on Tuesday, September 7, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission unanimously approved the much-discussed out-of-competition testing rule. It has also been reported that commission member and standardbred breeder Alan Leavitt again voiced some on

KY Out-Of-Comp. Penalties Discussed

September 1, 2010:

According to a report, a joint meeting of the two committees considering out-of-competition testing in the State of Kentucky voted yesterday on the severity of on

NJRC Tests Pena Stable

June 3, 2010:

Trot Insider has learned that New Jersey Racing Commission investigators pulled out of competition blood samples on every horse in the care of New Jersey-based trainer Lou Pena on on

Testing For Steroids In Place In NJ

May 18, 2010:

A ruling last month by the New Jersey Racing Commission sets the procedure for testing for steroid use on

HRSA, HRV Team Up For Integrity

March 29, 2010:

Harness Racing South Australia has announced that, in collaboration with Harness Racing Victoria, it has further strengthened its approach to on

New York Adopting Out-Of-Comp. Testing

December 30, 2009:

According to a report on, the New York State Racing and Wagering Board will be authorized to perform out-of-competition testing on both standardbred and thoroughbred racehorses effective on

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