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April 9, 2019
An Endurance competitor who rides as a hobby has been fined 2000 Swiss francs and suspended for six months after her horse tested positive for anti-inflammatory medications.
The Argentina-registered rider, Maria Soledad Jaraba, told the FEI Tribunal that her horse, Lady Ramona, had been stabled at a friend’s property more than 2000km from her home, and that the horse had been medicated without her knowledge by a staff member at the property.
Jaraba had competed the horse in a CEI 1* event in Toay, La Pampa, late in October last year.
The horse subsequently tested positive for phenylbutazone, oxyphenbutazone and dexamethasone...
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