Federal prosecutors in New York have charged 27 trainers and veterinarians for allegedly doping racehorses illegally. Participants "manufactured, sold, shipped, delivered, received and administered at least thousands of units of PEDs,” according to charging documents. The defendants ran the horses at tracks in New York, New Jersey, Kentucky, Ohio, Florida and the United Arab Emirates.
Gambling Today: Horse Racing Handles Soar as Tracks Reopen
As the initial wind that put all sports into hiatus starts to blow over, competitions begin to return and with chutzpah. Horse Racing announced its comeback with two legs of the Triple Crown being given definitive dates in the fall, and the reopening of its tracks over the ...read more