Very, very intriguing that they developed this information by going over all his vet records (for 2 years), and got NJ authorities to cooperate in the endeavor.
Would love to see this same effort applied to TB racing.
First rule: Try always to do what's right for the horse. The people part will work out. -- Josh Pons, Merryland, 2007
Lou Pena guilty?
In case you have been in a remote part of the world, trainer Lou Pena was hit with 1,719 violations by the New York State Racing and Wagering Board on Thursday, May 24.
The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely the one who dropped it - Lou Holtz