Oklahoma Lowers Clenbuterol Limits for Racehorses

Recently, several racing jurisdictions have imposed new limits or bans on clenbuterol because, like all beta-2 agonist drugs, it has adrenergic (muscle building) effects and was essentially being used as a "replacement" for anabolic steroids.

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