Tuesday, April 07, 2009
UAE: Sheikh Mohammed 'bans himself' after his horses test positive
Horse and Hound
Abigail Butcher, H&H news editor
7 April, 2009
Two horses belonging to and ridden by Sheikh Mohammed have tested positive to banned substances during competition.
The horses were tested last week during routine post-competition checks by Sheikh Mohammed's personal staff in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Two banned substances — Guanabenz and 16b Hydroxy-Stanozol — were found by his team after an international and national endurance competitions in the UAE.
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