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NYT report reveals widespread drugging at horse shows

The subject of drugging race horses has made it all the way to Capitol Hill where lawmakers have enacted bans on certain substances use to dull pain in equine atheletes allowing them to run faster. Far less well known is the use of a wide array of drugs, including cocaine and anti-psychotics to do the opposite: calm horses so they perform better in the show ring.