The manager and the owner of a Kentucky Derby winner, of Medina, Who filed a lawsuit Monday asking a judge to order that the race of the officers is to do more testing before they have a foal of her victory in the Run for the Roses.
In a civil action in the Franklin Circuit Court, and the Bob Baffert, and Zedan racing stables are asked to set up a temporary ban, with the exception of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission from taking any action on their horses, and to the further testing can be conducted.
Medina, a Ghost, and was found to possess anti-inflammatory drugs, betamethasone, in a system that, on the 1st of May, when he became the first Kentucky Derby race.
It is a medicine that is commonly used in the horse racing industry, according to the guidelines, there should be a few days before the race, and the system, when it is being carried out. It is thought that the excessive use of the drug could mask the damage, and it can lead to catastrophic failure.
The Kentucky Derby and winner of the Medina, in the Spirit of the lord is not with a second drug test
Baffert said of the Medina, in the Spirit of the lord, who is going to be the subject of an accident, betamethasone, and when he was Otomax ointment, an ointment is used for irritation of the skin, which, incidentally, contains a steroid.
Baffert, the team has been to claim that the race will test the samples of the al-Madinah Mind, Otomax.
The plaintiffs argue that, as in the horse, it can be shown to have had a Otomax is in the system that day, and it is going to be found out, that the company will not, knowingly and in violation of the spirit of the rules.
"The manner in which the betamethasone found its way to the Medina, in the Spirit of the lord is of the essence," the complaint says. "There's a big difference in the betamethasone was found by an interarticular joint injection into a single, up-to-date as of the cream, both from a regulatory and public relations point of view."
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A spokeswoman for the racing commission, declined to comment on Tuesday.
As one of the leading horse, vet, Dr. Mary Scollay, is the chief executive officer and the chief operating officer of the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium, said, " they don't know is that in the presence of Otomax, it would be quite clear for the horse.
"It can't be proved, Otomax is the major source of exposure," she said. "Know what goes on to consider the mitigating and aggravating circumstances of the case. Not sure how to interpret, Otomax."
Baffert's two-year ban from Churchill Downs. Medina-the Spirit of the Derby win, under control, and that he would be disqualified.