Horse racing doping gossips 8 discovered liable of participating in Aquanita plan

Horse racing doping gossips 8 discovered liable of participating in Aquanita plan

Horse racing doping gossips 8 discovered liable of participating in Aquanita plan

8 individuals have been discovered blameworthy of participating in a doping "trick" that the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board have named ‘likely the greatest embarrassment and the broadest examination in the historical backdrop of Australian racing’.

The 5 mentors and 3 constant hands, such as the previous chief of Aquanita, Robert Smerdon, were discovered liable of inclusion in a doping ring that utilized sodium bicarbonate or other alkalizing operators to ‘top up’ steeds before a race.

Alkalising operators are utilized to counter the development of lactic acids and defer the beginning of lactic acids, giving stallions ‘a 1% edge.’

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