Positive Clenbuterol Test Will Keep Heza Streakin Legacy Out of All American Futurity
The colt will be replaced in the starting gate by Dash For Stone.
August 26, 2017
Daily Racing Form
Heza Streakin Legacy was not allowed to be entered back in the September 4, $3-million All American Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs due to a positive hair test for clenbuterol during an out-of-competition testing program in New Mexico.
Heza Streakin Legacy was the second-fastest qualifier on the first day of trials for the All American. His spot was opened to Rancho La Cobra's Dash For Stone, the sixth-fastest qualifier on the first day of trials.
“We decided the best thing to do for Quarter Horse racing was to have a 10-horse field for the world’s richest (Quarter Horse) race,” said New Mexico Racing Commission Executive Director Ismael "Izzy" Trejo.
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