Seven more positive tests at Godolphin stables

Seven more horses that had been in the care of Sheikh Mohammed’s former trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni have tested positive for anabolic steroids, the British Horseracing Authority said.

20th May, 2013
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice president of the United Arab Emirates and prime minister of Dubai.

Seven more horses that had been in the care of Sheikh Mohammed’s former trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni have tested positive for anabolic steroids, the British Horseracing Authority said.

In April, Sheikh Mohammed, owner of the scandal hit Godolphin operation in Newmarket in England, said that he was “locking down” the stables with immediate effect.

At the time he ordered a full round of blood samples, and dope testing. Godolphin trainer Al...

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