Did Medina spirit win the Kentucky Derby?
On May 1, Medina Spirit won the Kentucky Derby by a half-length. Baffert's team learned of the positive result from Kentucky officials on Saturday, he said. The test results were obtained by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission on Friday, Marc Guilfoil, executive director of the commission, said in a statement. ABC NewsKentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit fails drug test, trainer says
Was Kentucky Derby winner disqualified?
In the end, Maximum Security was disqualified for coming off the rail and impeding the path of the horses chasing him. Country House was declared the winner. For the first time in the history of the race, the horse who crossed the finish line first was disqualified for interference and stripped of his title. The New York TimesKentucky Derby Winner’s DQ Won’t Change the Bets. Here’s Why.
Why did the Kentucky Derby winner get disqualified?
During a drug test conducted after Medina Spirit's winning race, the horse was found to have double the permitted levels of an anti-inflammatory steroid called betamethasone in his system. ForbesKentucky Derby Winner Could Lose More Than $1.8 Million If Disqualified
What did Medina spirit test positive for?
Here's what we know following Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit's positive drug test. On Sunday morning, Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert announced during a press conference at Churchill Downs that his Derby-winning horse Medina Spirit tested positive for betamethasone, an anti-inflammatory drug. Courier JournalHere's what we know following Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit's positive drug test
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