Just after the passage of a Kentucky resolution that would allow tracks to write Lasix-free races, New York officials announced they would like to examine and discuss the use of Lasix in the state.
According to The Blood-Horse, the New York State Gaming Commission plans to hold a forum with industry experts and representatives to learn more about the drug. No timetable for such a forum was provided.
Commission member John Crotty said there has been discussion about scrutinizing the use of Lasix in 2-year-old stakes and in Grade 1 races.
Read more at The Blood-Horse
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