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A timely Horse Racing Show Episode 35. Dr. Mary Scollay explains scopolamine and why Kentucky Derby horses aren’t pre-tested for it. Trainer Graham Motion on the problems of measuring nanograms, the dangers of contamination in testing, and the need for medication uniformity in racing.
Esteemed veterinarian Dr. Mary Scollay, RMTC Net Executive Director, discusses scopolamine, pre-race and post-race drug testing procedures, why scopolamine isn’t included in Kentucky Derby pre-testing, the lack of overall communications between states on testing, the hope of uniform rules, and her experienced perspective of drug use in the sport.
Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Graham Motion reflects on Animal Kingdom winning the roses, the almost Breeders’ Cup win after a 6 month layoff, and the triumph as a 5 year old in the Dubai World Cup. He talks about his Breeders’ Cup hopes for Sharing and Mississippi. Graham also offers strong insight into the need for uniformity and responsibility in drug testing, the differences in state policies, and the importance of speaking out on the subject.
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