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Dutrow's Suspension Filled With Drama

When Rick Dutrow went to appeal his latest suspension, he never thought he’d get dragged into the drama that has unfolded in the past few days.


Dutrow was originally suspended for 90 days for a positive drug test, found after Fastus Cactus won a race at Aqueduct last fall, and for possession of hypodermic needles found in his barn.  The positive drug test is a 60 day offense, while the needles found in his barn added another 30 days.


The New York State Racing and Wagering Board received a letter from Racing Commissioners International President, Ed Martin, on February 17 requesting a formal review of Dutrow’s license to find a reason as to why it should be given back to the trainer.

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