Four US trainers denied stud book privileges

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gb-racing-economic-impactThe Jockey Club in the United States says four trainers will be denied all privileges of The American Stud Book for periods ranging from one year to six years, effective from January 1, 2014.

This includes the privilege of registering foals, in addition to the denial of privileges of any registration process for any thoroughbred.

Kim C.Veerhusen will be denied those privileges for six years for violating applicable racing authority statutes, rules or regulations relating to horses on three or more occasions in a 365-day period involving prohibited or restricted drugs, medications or substances, and for violating applicable racing authority statutes, rules or regulations relating to substances that have been classified by the Association of Racing Commissioners International Inc as Class 1 or Class 2. The violations occurred at Fonner Park and Horsemen’s Park in Nebraska in 2012.

Lamont Keith Charles will be denied privileges for five years for violating applicable racing authority statutes, rules or regulations relating to substances that have been classified by the RCI as Class 1 or Class 2. That violation occurred at Louisiana Downs in 2012.

Eddie Clouston will be denied privileges for one year for violating applicable racing authority statutes, rules or regulations relating to horses on three or more occasions in a 365-day period involving prohibited or restricted drugs, medications or substances. Those violations occurred at Mountaineer Park in 2011 and 2012.

Freddy Dewaine Loy will be denied privileges for one year for violating applicable racing authority statutes, rules or regulations relating to horses on three or more occasions in a 365-day period involving prohibited or restricted drugs, medications or substances. Those violations occurred at Fair Grounds and Louisiana Downs in 2011 and 2012.

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