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Thoroughbred trainers are speaking out to protect the game.

Preakness Stakes: Trainers in Preakness Stakes say horse racing needs uniform drug testing and licensing standards, headed by commissioner – chicagotribune.com
http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/horseracing/ct-spt-0517-bits-preakness–20120517,0,5593540.story?track=rss

BALTIMORE — While Doug O’Neill has been able to enjoy everything Baltimore has to offer during the last week and a half, his time in town hasn’t been devoid of controversy.

The trainer of Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another has been accused of “milkshaking” his horses — giving them an illegal mixture that makes them feel less tired — four times in his career.

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