Eugenio Colombo Joins WHOA

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February 09, 2015



Yes, we MUST run on zero medication for three simple reasons: 1) to protect the punters 2) to regain respect from our society and 3) prove that we are not animal abusers, but sportsmen who love horses.

Using Lasix and Bute, like any doping, is unethical and unintelligent. If these drugs give an advantage, since all horses are running on them, all it really does is just raise the training/vet costs to the owner.

Also, when running on zero medication, we will know the true racing ability of the horse and their real (not inflated) financial value.

Another point is to put back more emphasis on stamina in the breed; the “fast food” culture translates into cheap speed and has diminished the quality of the breed. In actuality, we breed 7-8 furlong horses and when we ask them to run 1 1/4 mile, they crash. Any shortcut taken simply lowers the quality of the product. We are shooting ourselves in the foot…badly. I am very committed to supporting WHOA in its efforts to protect the quality and integrity of our industry.

Eugenio Colombo

Colombo Bloodstock Agency LLC

Bloodstock Agent

Eugenio Colombo becomes WHOA’s 975th member.


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The Water Hay Oats Alliance is a grassroots movement of like minded individuals who support the passage of federal legislation to prohibit the use of performance enhancing drugs in horse racing. The widespread use of race day medication in American racing is destroying public confidence, defrauding the betting fan, weakening the genetic pool and, most importantly, putting life and limb of our equine athletes and their jockeys at risk. It is obvious that after years of committee review and discussion, America’s racing industry cannot police itself by eliminating the proliferation of performance enhancing drugs in our sport, nor does it possess the power to adequately punish the purveyors of these drugs.

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