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Justify Trainer Bob Baffert Reacts To Report Of Failed Drug Test

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Justify Trainer Bob Baffert Reacts To Report Of Failed Drug Test

Justify Trainer Bob Baffert Reacts To Report Of Failed Drug Test

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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