Anabolic Steroid NoticeRacing Victoria Staff RacingInsider. The ban will be enforced from 1st May A full copy of the relevant rules pertaining to the ban nitrotain anabolic steroid anabolic steroids can be found following this advice. There are many implications arising from the introduction of these rules, and to assist trainers and veterinarians to comply with the new rules the following explanatory statement has been prepared. Which steroids are nitrotain anabolic steroid under these rules?
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Racing Victoria Staff RacingInsider. The ban will be enforced from 1st May A full copy of the relevant rules pertaining to the ban on anabolic steroids can be found following this advice. There are many implications arising from the introduction of these rules, and to assist trainers and veterinarians to comply with the new rules the following explanatory statement has been prepared.
Which steroids are banned under these rules? The new rules ban the use of"anabolic androgenic steroids" in Thoroughbred horses at any time from birth until retirement. They also include but are not limited to those listed in the WADA prohibited list, such as 1-androstenediol; 1-androstenedione; bolandiol; bolasterone; boldione; calusterone; clostebol; danazol; dehydrochlormethyltestosterone; desoxymethyltestosterone; drostanolone; fluoxymesterone; formebolone; furazabol; gestrinone; 4-hydroxytestosterone; mestanolone; mesterolone; metenolone; methandienone; methasterone; methyldienolone; methyltestosterone; methylnortestosterone; methyltestosterone; metribolone; mibolerone; norandrostenedione; norboletone; norclostebol; norethandrolone; oxabolone; oxandrolone; oxymesterone; oxymetholone; prostanozol; quinbolone; stenbolone; 1-testosterone; tetrahydrogestrinone THG ; trenbolone; and other substances with a similar chemical structure or similar biological effect s.
Altrenogest in, for example, Regumate is still permitted to be used in fillies and mares to regulate their oestrus cycle. Which horses are affected by these rules? The use of anabolic androgenic steroids will be banned in all Thoroughbreds from birth until retirement.
There are no therapeutic exemptions of any kind. The ban applies to all unregistered and registered racehorses until their retirement as a racehorse. Horses of any age can be tested at any time and this includes when spelling and in training and racing. Can I have anabolic steroids present in my stables even when prescribed by a veterinarian? No — the possession of any anabolic androgenic steroid, including oral paste preparations such as Nitrotain, at any premise used in relation to the training and racing of horses will be an offence under the new rules.
In some states and territories, it is already an offence under relevant legislation for a trainer to have in their possession an injectable anabolic steroid preparation. Further, any person who either administers or attempts to administer an anabolic androgenic steroid to a thoroughbred horse at any time commits an offence under these rules. How will compliance with this ban be enforced by Principal Racing Authorities?
Compliance with these rules will be enforced by Principal Racing Authorities through regular stable inspections, inspections of medications and medication records, and regular out of competition testing of Thoroughbred horses, as well as through routine race day sampling.
Any registered horse that tests positive at any time for a banned anabolic androgenic steroid will not be eligible to trial or race for 12 months from the date of collection of the sample. Any unregistered horse that tests positive at any time for a banned anabolic androgenic steroid will not be eligible to trial or race for 12 months from the later of a the date on which the horse, having been registered, is allowed to start in a race or b the date of collection of the sample.
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