Posts Tagged ‘Race day medications’

Long Ago, But Not Far Away

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 21, 2011 in General Discussion | No Comments >>

I awoke today to read an interesting article from Peter Kinney of the Times-Picayune. He spoke about tales of deceit and trickery in racing. I guess we would like to think the game is on the straight, but there were times when the┬ásport was like eating soup with a fork. He talked about switching horses,┬áno […]

An Apple a Day

by Ed Meyer

posted on April 13, 2011 in General Discussion, Help/Educational Articles, Horse Racing, News | 2 Comments >>

Many fans over the years have called into question the use of medication in racing. When a group with mega-clout, such as The Jockey Club, steps up to mic and supports race day medication elimination, the winds of change are at gale-force and rising. In Europe, the runners have hay, oats, and water. The efforts […]