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Old 08-09-2022, 11:46 AM   #148
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So racing is pretty much free of drugs in all states? There is no need for better enforcement and stricter and more consistent penalties for cheaters?

Fans want to have confidence that racing is relatively on the up-and-up, (Nothing is ever perfect) just like they want to know the USDA is inspecting meat and the FDA is overseeing drugs.

This is from the HISA website

Once the ADMC Program takes effect in 2023, fans can expect to see centralized testing and results management processes, shorter turnaround times for investigation/adjudication and uniform penalties that will be applied consistently across the country under the Horseracing Integrity and Welfare Unit (HIWU).

HISA sought out DFS given its exemplary record of success in its drug testing and enforcement partnerships with leading sports organizations, including the NFL, NCAA, NBA, LPGA, PGA Tour, NASCAR and MLB. DFS is an established leader as demonstrated by its success and ongoing engagement with U.S. and international sports organizations and leagues.
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