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Justify failed drug test before winning Triple Crown, NYT says

CBS News Thursday, 12 September 2019
The newspaper says it happened after he won a race leading up to the 2018 Kentucky Derby, and California's racing board sat on the test results
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News video: Justify Trainer Bob Baffert Reacts To Report Of Failed Drug Test

Justify Trainer Bob Baffert Reacts To Report Of Failed Drug Test 02:22

The Triple Crown winner should never have been able to move on to the Kentucky Derby after failing a drug test after a race at Santa Anita, according to a bombshell report from the New York Times. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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Trainer Bob Baffert denies intentionally administering the banned drug scopolamine to Triple Crown-winning horse Justify in 2018, saying a positive test had been a result of "environmental..

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