It's a Form of Cheating
By On The Edge on May 18, 2014
There is no way around it, and nasal strips in thoroughbreds merely gives the animal rights whack jobs more reason to push for the end of the sport of horse racing.In the old days, NO drugs were allowed in ANY of the Triple Crown races. As a result, those horses that ran were tougher and were of better stock than those that were drugged. (In fact, I think "bleeders," for example, were actually barred from racing after a couple or more times bleeding. . . .