The Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency has provided advice to help minimize the risk of a positive test in racehorses.
The agency of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada reveals why the chili pepper derivative is tested for, testing protocols and possible sources.
Horsemen and racing’s regulators continue to be bewildered by its source; trainers feel punishment is unfair and want purse money returned.
The hot topic of the capsaicin positives has been ongoing since June as regulators and horsepeople try to find the source.
Woodbine Entertainment CEO provides news on the Stage 3 Reopening Plan, capsaicin positives, foreign participants, racing silks, and more.
The HBPA requested a test of the product ZEV that appears to be the source of the recent capsaicin positive drug tests throughout Canada.
Trainers are worried and confused, HBPA Ontario is investigating and paying for split sample testing in ongoing mystery of pepper positives.
Woodbine and Fort Erie horsepeople have been rocked by the bizarre rash of positive tests for...extract from chili peppers!