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A thoroughbred’s injury sheds light on use of medications in horses
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October 7, 2009  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

A thoroughbred’s injury sheds light on use of medications in horsesKentucky Derby’s precious I Want Revenge sustained a bad ankle on April 7. On April 10, the colt’s right front fetlock was X-rayed, and on April 14, an ultrasound was conducted on it, according to testimony and veterinarian bills. The next day, I Want Revenge was injected in his right front digital sheath with hyaluronic acid and Vetalog, a corticosteroid.

However, according to his owner, David Lanzman, the trauma was only observed for the first time on the day of the derby.

On two occasions, veterinarians have bore witness, I Want Revenge’s ankle was injected with what amounted to new transmission fluid. The second time was just four days before the Derby and was done at the request of his trainer, Jeff Mullins. of the consequence of the dispute, the treatments are a striking illustration of how the use, and overuse, of legal medications have placed America’s thoroughbred population at ever bigger chance of injury.

There is a rising concern within the veterinary community that overmedication — with drugs like corticosteroids, anti-inflammatory that can have severe consequences — and inattentive supervision are part of the reason the United States has the world’s biggest mortality rate for purebreds.

From  New York Times:

Five months after the Kentucky Derby favorite I Want Revenge was scratched the morning of the race with a bad ankle, his owners are embroiled in a lawsuit that has exposed the fault lines of administering legal drugs to America’s thoroughbreds.

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