RUN, BABY, RUN; What Every Owner, Breeder & Handicapper Should Know About Lasix In Racehorses
Award-winning author Bill Heller takes the first comprehensive look at racing's most controversial drug — Lasix. He records and examines the comments and opinions of owners, breeders, trainers, veterinarians and racing officials on both sides of the issue. Heller reveals that 92 percent of 48,000 Thoroughbred starters raced on Lasix. He explores the effectiveness and its questionable use in two-year-olds, and addresses the issue of whether the drug is used for other purposes. Softcover, 196 pages.
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