Was Camlann given cobalt on raceday? The trainer says no but the published verdict is unclear on the subject
The disciplinary body of Irish racing seems a bit confused about the application of its own rules, judging by the outcome of the Shark Hanlon case, announced last night. An elevated level of cobalt was found in the Hanlon-trained Camlann when he won a handicap at Galway last month, as the result of which the trainer has an 18-month suspension hanging over him, but it will only be triggered if he is found in breach of the anti-doping rules within the next three years; so far, no problems.
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