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Mahmood Al Zarooni banned for eight years


Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni was on Thursday banned for eight years by the disciplinary panel at the BHA's headquarters after being found guilty of doping offences which have rocked British racing.

The 15 horses Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni has admitted doping with anabolic steroids have been banned from racing for six months.

The length of suspension reflects the period beyond which the BHA is confident that the horses in question can have derived no performance related benefit from the administration of these prohibited substances.
Sheikh Mohammed has announced he is to lock down the Newmarket stable occupied by Mahmood Al Zarooni with immediate effect in the wake of revelations at least 15 of the horses based at the yard were administered anabolic steroids.
He has also demanded a full round of blood samples and dope testing is done on every single horse in the yard - which includes last year's St Leger winner Encke - in a bid to try and restore public faith in the Godolphin operation.

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Friday, April 26, 2013

Mahmood Al Zarooni banned for eight years


Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni was on Thursday banned for eight years by the disciplinary panel at the BHA's headquarters after being found guilty of doping offences which have rocked British racing.

The 15 horses Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni has admitted doping with anabolic steroids have been banned from racing for six months.

The length of suspension reflects the period beyond which the BHA is confident that the horses in question can have derived no performance related benefit from the administration of these prohibited substances.
Sheikh Mohammed has announced he is to lock down the Newmarket stable occupied by Mahmood Al Zarooni with immediate effect in the wake of revelations at least 15 of the horses based at the yard were administered anabolic steroids.
He has also demanded a full round of blood samples and dope testing is done on every single horse in the yard - which includes last year's St Leger winner Encke - in a bid to try and restore public faith in the Godolphin operation.