Normal Steroid Levels in Racehorses

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Steroid usage in racehorses has received a good deal of attention in the media, perhaps reaching a peak during the 2009 Triple Crown season when Big Brown won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness on the legally administered steroid stanozolol, then flopped in the Belmont without it. While no one could ever prove the steroid helped the horse win or that his loss was associated with being steroid-

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