http://www.horseraceinsider.com/blog.ph ... -throat-v=
03 Dec 2008 at 01:51 pm | # =
I am a former (recent) thoroughbred horse trainer, and about a year or so a=
ge when the industry and public began to view steroids as the big enemy, I =
began wondering why nobody says anything about all the sore horses, some pr=
obably with tiny fractures the don=92t radiograph, having their joints inje=
cted with acid and cortisone, often time within 48 hours of a race, after e=
ntries are drawn. These are the horses that are running and breaking down..=
abe lincoln says:
03 Dec 2008 at 01:59 pm | # =
I trained thoroughbreds briefly in the late 80s/early 1990s and still work =
in the industry, but not on the backside.
I also owned and claimed horses for myself.
I used h-acid/cortisone combinations back then for various joint ailments, =
used steroids to keep fillies eating, and never gave either one a second th=
Because when the horses got sore and didnt respond to the therapeutic use o=
f both substances the horses were given time off. Not run sore, not heel ne=
rved, not cobra venomed.......