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Comer doping case is a big tick for detection work


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Cheating by using steroids on racehorses is unlikely to go undetected thanks to work in labs over the last decade

Last week’s news that Luke Comer, a billionaire property developer who trains a string of horses as a sideline, had been suspended from training for three years by the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board after a dozen of his horses tested positive for steroids was an abrupt reminder that doping is an ever-present danger to the integrity and reputation of the sport.

It should be noted at this stage that Comer insists that he is “entirely innocent” and intends to appeal against the decision of the IHRB’s referrals committee.

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