"Louis Cella, the owner and president of Oaklawn Park, said the commission was 'grabbing the bull by the horns.'
'We will not have a situation like in California, where a horse ran in the Kentucky Derby after failing a drug test,' Cella said, referring to a test failed by Justify, the 2018 Triple Crown winner. 'That was an embarrassment to the industry. We will push to have this cleared up by the Belmont Stakes.'"
And, as you would: "Baffert has exercised his right to have a second test run on the samples, which can take a week or longer. Baffert did not return phone calls, texts or emails from The New York Times."