Arthur B. Hancock, III, left, in the winner's circle at Keeneland. Hancock is a founder of the Water Hay Oats Alliance, which advocates for a ban on race-day medication, asserting that horses should race free of any substances other than water, hay and oats.
Arthur B. Hancock, III, left, in the winner's circle at Keeneland. Hancock is a founder of the Water Hay Oats Alliance, which advocates for a ban on race-day medication, asserting that horses should race free of any substances other than water, hay and oats. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Arthur B. Hancock, III, left, in the winner's circle at Keeneland. Hancock is a founder of the Water Hay Oats Alliance, which advocates for a ban on race-day medication, asserting that horses should race free of any substances other than water, hay and oats. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

Drug-free racing is only hope

August 03, 2015 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 03, 2015 07:14 AM

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