The New York Gaming Commission posted on its website the veterinary records of each of the horses competing in Saturday's $1.5 million Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park.
Among the prescribed substances listed in the documents are phenylbutazone, or "bute," vitamin C and electrolytes. Of the eight horses in the field, only Japanese import France Go de Ina did not receive any treatment.
Saturday's 153rd Belmont Stakes is the final leg of the 2021 Triple Crown. Medina Spirit took the Kentucky Derby, but subsequently tested positive for the anti-inflammatory betamethasone. Per Kentucky rules, betamethasone is not allowed to be in a horse's system on race day with the punishment resulting in disqualification. While the positive was subsequently confirmed by a split-sample test, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has yet to take any disciplinary action.
Medina Spirit is not entered in the Belmont Stakes. Rombauer, who won the Preakness to take the second jewel of the Triple Crown, will run back in the Belmont.
You can view the veterinary records of the all the Belmont horses by clicking here.