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A Kentucky appellate court, in a December 21 decision, affirmed a decision by the state's horse racing commission to discipline the license of a trainer whose horse had tested positive for illegal levels of a drug used to treat muscle cramps. The court upheld the regulatory limits of the drug in response to a challenge by the trainer who claimed the levels were set arbitrarily.
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