What every owner, breeder, and handicapper should know about Lasixâ
Eclipse Award-winning author Bill
Heller issues a hard-hitting call for action to the Thoroughbred and
Standardbred industries on the over-use of the controversial drug, Lasixâ.
Heller examines Lasixâ
studies done by veterinary researchers, explains why horses bleed, and explores
the effectiveness of Lasixâ and its questionable use in
Two-Year-Olds. He addresses the issue of whether the drug is used for other
purposes and seeks the answer to the questions of how Lasixâ
impacts racehorses. What he has learned is of vital interest to
every racehorse owner, breeder, and handicapper.
"...I sure don't understand first-time starters on it."
Seth Hancock, Claiborne Farm
“[Run, Baby, Run] should be required reading for every official and
regulator in North American racing." Tom Charters, The Hambletonian Society
pervasive presence has made it an American racing tragedy, scorned and
prohibited in much of the rest of the racing world.” Stan Bergstein, racing columnist and commentator
"We are creating a cesspool breed of "Thoroughbreds" in the
United States." Arthur Hancock, Stone Farm LLC
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