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Past Derby Winners: Big Brown

Big Brown, who is standing his first season at Three Chimneys, was last year's Triple Crown hopeful, as he won both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. Read More

 

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"This behavioral inconsistency is pretty common with ABS or exogenous androgen treatment. It always rings true to me when I hear reports on the concerns about erratic behavior in humans on steroids — that's exactly my experience with horses. I'd rather be around a consistently tough stallion on his natural hormones than a mild stallion or a gelding or a mare that's on anabolic steroids. You let your guard down, and you can get hurt," McDonnell cautions." http://veterinarynews.dvm360.com/dvm/Veterinary+Equine/Anabolic-steroids---uses-and-abuses/ArticleStandard/Article/detail/510572
A 2008 study on a nationally representative sample of young adult males in the United States found an association between lifetime and past-year self-reported anabolic-androgenic steroid use and involvement in violent acts. Compared with individuals that did not use steroids, young adult males that used anabolic-androgenic steroids reported greater involvement in violent behaviors even after controlling for the effects of key demographic variables, previous violent behavior, and polydrug use. Thiblin I, Petersson A (February 2005). "Pharmacoepidemiology of anabolic androgenic steroids: a review". Fundam Clin Pharmacol 19 (1): 27–44.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PaxieK4cNE The BROWN OUT'S Haskell Steadied when inside colt in the run to the clubhouse turn and then the rider YANKS him wide almost colliding with the one directly outside of him...CAN NOT RUN INSIDE OF HORSES
the drug cost this one immortality
Here is a colt that MAY have had some potential that did not come out of a bottle.The only entity who robbed that steroid infested phoney was the animal itself. A nut so crazed by the Stanazol that he could not RUN INSIDE others. Why in the world would a trainer, ANY trainer let alone that dimwit who tried to kiss off the steroid association, pick post 20 in the Derby out of CHOICE if they knew the animal could run inside others. Derby went wide the entire trip not a single time ANYWHERE was a colt outside of him http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm5ovAtCc4g tries to get out at 1:02 (You Tube reference time) going onto the back stretch and then when one colt does get outside him, rider yanks him back in the Preakness...almost two lengths and then takes him into the 4 5 path. Also note his head tossing high and almost climbing by the stand the first time when inside of two others. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd3I9xGpCb8 Next the MELTDOWN of the psychotic steroid induction in the Belmont..throws his head and is climbing badly when one is front and two outside of him after the start then ride IMMEDIATELY TAKES HIM WIDE (32 seconds onward) almost takes out Anak Nakal to get wide and then wraps up on him 3 wide behind Tale of Ekati and only really starts asking about 1:42 and after all that draining of nuttiness and the STEROID rage that was brewing, he is cooked. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO0HhNTyIM8

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