I'm not a Rudy hater. I listed about 6-7 trainers in my original post. You singled out Rudy. Also what part of reporting the facts is sensationalism. All it said was the amount of infractions and how often. Also there are dozens of articles about his suspensions, from the bloodhorse, drf.com,nydailynews, espn.com,nypost,bleachereport etc. Fool me once fool me twice but 6 times in four years? Come one. If it was an isolated incident I would buy your scapegoat arguement but 6?
That was a tongue in cheek comment,I know they aren't because I've seen them go at it. I have been involved in conversations which I have been accused of being both people too lol . Its just getting annoying that everytime I post Mary and Tmallios and others chime in with this alias b.s.
I'm John. It just seems like anytime I disagree with tmallios or travel_vic people accuse me of having alias' like it is so hard to believe someone could disagree with those two. Yet I've always been respectful when bantering with them. Tmallios and Travel_Vic are the only ones to result to name calling and personal attacks. Maybe they are the same person
The article said former employee it dosn't say as a trainer dumbass. That may be but the second article I posted which you are now referencing isn't from the NY Times
Many of Dutrow's owners went to his former employee Rudy Rodriguez, who struck out on his own a few years ago. When Dutrow vacated Barn 10 at Aqueduct, Rodriguez moved in. He's already one of New York's most successful trainers but has dodged familiar allegations along the way. He recently served a 20-day suspension for two drug positives. Then came a third, though his lawyer claims someone got to Rodriguez's horse. A fourth positive was announced a few weeks ago.Last month, Rodriguez went to the Kentucky Derby for the first time, with a horse named Vyjack. Kentucky officials decided to grant Rodriguez a license, but with an unprecedented condition: Vyjack must have around-the-clock video surveillance....sounds like more then once and more then aspirin. I guess that makes three of us mental midgets, myself the nytimes author and Ryan Goldberg the author of this article
All of my information was from the NY times article I referenced previous to posting. If you have an issue with the information contact the author I was just relaying it. I put Rudy's name into the equation because he is at the top of the list in the article with drug infractions per start. And you should seriously stfu with the alias stuff.
Steve Asmussen 31 drug violations, I mean come on, Hollendorfer 27, Sadler 26, Baffert 20, Lukas 13, Rudy Rodriguez averages a drug violation every 321 starts. Wayne Catalano 22, Drug O'neil 17
But of the top 20 trainers in the United States by purses won this year, only one — Graham Motion — has never been cited for a drug violation. Nearly all have horses competing here, and some have run afoul of the rules far more frequently than others.
didnt mean to post that many times but here is an excerpt from that article
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