The albuterol positive in Industy Leader is Reynolds first offense in 365 day period. OWNER/TRAINER WILLIAM MARTIN IS HEREBY ASSESSED AN ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY OF FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS (0.00), AS THIS IS HIS SECOND OFFENSE IN 365 DAYS. STABLE EMPLOYEE RODRIGO GALLO-JIMENEZ IS HEREBY FINED ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS 0.00) FOR IMPROPER GALLOPING DURING MORNING WORK-OUTS IN VIOLATION OF PA. 163.6(C) THE STEWARDS MAY FINE, SUSPEND OR RULE OFF A PERSON WHO, IN THEIR OPINION, HAS ACTED TO THE DETRIMENT OF RACING OR VIOLATED THE RULES. VIOLATE A HOUSE RULE APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION PERTAINING TO SMOKING, FIRE, SAFETY, OR PARKING VIOLATIONS, THE STEWARDS OR THE COMMISSION MAY ENTER A FINE ONLY PRIOR TO THE HOLDING OF A HEARING UPON RECEIPT OF CREDIBLE EVIDENCE INDICATING THE ACT... During the running of the second race, on Saturday May 6, 2017, Mr.
Other standout horses that Smith has ridden include Hall of Famer Azeri, Vindication, Unbridled’s Song, Inside Information, Paradise Creek, Devil His Due, Heavenly Prize, Sky Beauty, Versailles Treaty, Fourstars Allstar, Stardom Bound, Royal Delta and Palace Malice.But if some horse steps forward to push the pace early, Gunnevera could give Always Dreaming a scare at Pimlico. The team behind seventh-place Derby finisher Gunnevera simply wants a clean shot to chase down Always Dreaming in the Preakness.“You have the old analogy, the hare and the tortoise,” said Larry Kelly, a former trainer who drove Gunnevera to Baltimore and has been advising his camp. Mud and a wide trip made it difficult for the late charger to make a run in the Derby. Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming resumed on Saturday at 6 a.m.Stewards hereby find the following: Official blood sample #225927, taken on 4/29/17 was reported to contain Albuterol. The sample was taken from the 6 horse, Industy Leader, which ran in the 6th race on 4/29/17, finishing first. THIS IS IN EXCESS OF THE PERMISSIVE LEVEL OF 5.0 UG/ML. The fee must be in the form of cash, a cashiers check, money order or personal check." Ruling Text: Jockey Darren Nagle (DOB 8/27/1987, Permit # 14692) is hereby fined (0) Five Hundred Dollars, in accordance with 11VAC10-140-240, which reads, If a horse leaves the prescribed course of a race and jumps any fence or goes around any beacon or other obstacle other than those on the prescribed course, it must turn back and resume the race from the point at which it originally left the prescribed course, or be disqualified.Reynolds elected not to have a split sample tested. OWNER/TRAINER WILLIAM MARTIN WAIVED HIS RIGHT TO A SPLIT SAMPLE, AS WELL AS HIS RIGHT TO PRESENT EVIDENCE AND TESTIMONY TO THE BOARD OF STEWARDS. A rider who continues in a race on a horse thus disqualified may be fined, or suspended, or both.