A hearing officer has ruled that the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission acted properly when it handed a five-year suspension to veterinarian Dr. Rodney Stewart after cobra venom and other prohibited substances were found in a barn and in his truck at Keeneland in June 2007.
- Gray or Roan Colt
- Born 2011
|Trainer||Todd A. Pletcher|
|Owner||James T. Scatuorchio|
|Meuser View Five-Cross Pedigree||More Than Ready||Southern Halo|
|Patty Seattle||Chief Seattle|
|Ms. Patty B.|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Yearling||Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent||($45,000)|
Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.
Suspended equine veterinarian Rodney Stewart testified Dec. 3 that he was unaware that a soft-sided cooler he left in a refrigerator in a barn at Keeneland contained the prohibited substance cobra toxin.
The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has scheduled a Dec. 3 hearing to consider the appeal of Dr. Rodney Stewart, who was suspended five years in September 2007 for multiple violations of the state's medication regulations.
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