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Emirates Racing Authority Will Not Test Godolphin Horses In Dubai
Published May 10, 2013
HAVING THE AUTHORITY: In a separate article, Riddle also wrote the British Horseracing Authority "could prevent any horse that has run or has been trained in Dubai from competing under its jurisdiction in Great Britain if they have reason to believe it has benefitted from the administration of anabolic steroids." The BHA "require the connections to all overseas runners to fill in a form detailing the full medical history of horses in their care before those horses are permitted to compete" (THE NATIONAL, 5/8).