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Do horse racing officials in the U.S. need to do more to prevent doping?

  • Yes, horse racing officials need to do more to prevent doping.

    Yes, the need for more oversight to prevent doping in horse racing is desperately needed. Like people who use steroids and chemicals to shorten recovery times and improve performance, doped horses may be able to compete in the short-term, but can suffer serious ailments in the long-term that ultimately render them unable to compete. Someone needs to protect the long-term health of the horses.

  • Doping is bad for the sport

    The sport of horse racing is one of the best and fun events of the year for Americans. But cheating and doping is wrong in any sport and horse racing should be no different. Doping puts a bad reputation on the sport and can hurt the animals in the long run.

  • Doping is an issue even with animals.

    Horse racing officials in the U.S. need to do more to prevent doping. This is because horses
    here are part of a competitive sport, and competition can bring out corrupt moves in people. There is no reason that horses cannot race without drugs or illegal performance enhancements. Officials need to keep a better watch on this

  • They shoukld be doing a lot more

    Has anyone ever seen one of those race horses up close? They are freaking huge with muscles bulging out of their skin. My old boss bought a retired race horse and it was pretty beaten up, now that it was not on HGH and steroids anymore. The horse could barely walk, let alone run anymore. Yes, they need to do more to prevent horse doping. Might as well call it a gentler version of Pit Bull fighting.

  • Doping is an issue even with animals.

    Horse racing officials in the U.S. need to do more to prevent doping. This is because horses here are part of a competitive sport, and competition can bring out corrupt moves in people. There is no reason that horses cannot race without drugs or illegal performance enhancements. Officials need to keep a better watch on this.

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