Drug Testing in 2000

Drug testing is about to move into the 21st Century for horseracing. Research findings at the University of Kentucky’s Gluck Equine Research Center could make the use of urine in post-race drug testing a thing of the past within a very short time. Urine has been the body fluid of choice in drug testing because the horse’s kidney concentrates whatever is in the blood. Therefore, every drug in the

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