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Old 03-16-2019, 05:58 PM   #11
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Can not decide if this is a compromise or a cave.
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Old 03-16-2019, 06:18 PM   #12
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Can not decide if this is a compromise or a cave.
It’s a compromise. Stronach jumped the gun. The phase out was the only palatable solution. As long as this applies universally at all Stronach tracks, then the plan has teeth. Otherwise, it’s just a diversion tactic to take the onus off the surface issues.
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A definite cave. Outside of confirmed bleeders no other horses should be on lasix.
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A definite cave. Outside of confirmed bleeders no other horses should be on lasix.
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It buys time. Who knows if the horsemen revisit the issue in 2020 or before. Should the program get shelved, or Stronach pulls out of Santa Anita, it becomes a moot point.
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Tim the only way it gets done is to give them until Sept to shape up. That's 6 months plenty of time to ween them off lasix. Then the only horses that would be allowed to get lasix would be confirmed bleeders and I wouldn't let them race until they stop. I would have every horse scoped after each race by a totally independent vet. If a trainer eel his/her bleeds after that exam the horse can be rescoped by the same vet. That will end a lot of the bs. This is why racing needs a central office and Commish. There is no reason for 95% of horses to be on lasix period.
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