Trainer Paul D’Arcy faces disciplinary after horse tests positive for banned steroid
Trainer Paul D’Arcy is currently facing disciplinary action after his horse Nampara tested positive for a anabolic steroid victory in a race at Newmarket at August 2018.
The British Horseracing Authority has taught an independent board to hear the situation on Tuesday.
It’s known a’amount’ of this boldenone sulphate was found and the circumstance will be contested by D’Arcy.
The usage of steroids is banned in British horse racing.
D’Arcy, who is based in Newmarket, triumphed together with Indian Haven at 2003 at the Guineas and was a trainer for over 20 decades.
A 10-1 chance, nampara, tested positive after winning a six-furlong handicap race on 3 August 2018.
The panel may sit on Tuesday afternoon, with the charm of the’Seven’ jockeys that were given 10-day bans for dismissing a halt flag scheduled to be noticed in the daytime.