el insider wrote:anyone read that open letter thing in the chronicle ?? i was bored by paragraph 2 kept at it a little longer lol when i got to the part where he talks about that old hosebag debbie buchanan thrn my stomach started to churn lol then just skipped on to something better.
i am not a fan of either of them but thats exactly my thought rickyanne. now say they never found out about this improper storage of the tests ?? makes one wonder HOW MANY other people have had their horses samples stored in this manner ?? lot of backlog for the USEF if people decide they want to know this type of thing. its always a matter of passing the buck and saying how terrible so and so is for getting set down until you get a bad test. as one person has said before make it mandatory for champion and reserve then do a random here or there.rickyanne wrote:Well, it seems unfortunately in this case, the drug tester stored the sample in her private refrigerator inside her private residence. The fact that the testing took place at Kentucky Horse park home of USEF headquarters, i.e. Drug testing headquarters lab makes this all the more unbelievable and disturbing. Members want accountability. Storing drug samples in your house, garage etc is not what we are paying for. Pitiful, at best.
el insider wrote:a needle can go through a rubber stopper at the top of those containers and no one would know.
Lexington, Ky. – The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Hearing Panel has granted the United States Equestrian Federation’s (USEF) Motion to Dismiss a Complaint filed against it by Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer. Following a two-day hearing before the USEF Hearing Committee, Glefke and Farmer were found in violation of USEF drug rules. As a result of these violations, Glefke and Farmer are currently serving a 24-month and 18-month suspension, respectively. Their suspensions began on July 1, 2017.
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