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November 18, 2012 12:00 AM

New Kentucky rule for racehorses' Lasix shots under fire in wake of mistakes

Since a rule took effect Oct. 5 allowing only state veterinarians and not private vets to administer the anti-bleeder medication commonly known as Lasix to horses on race day, four mistakes have occurred that have caused increasing criticism on the backstretch.

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