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REPORT: Justify Failed Drug Test After Winning Santa Anita Derby, Secret Kept By State Horse Racing Board

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REPORT: Justify Failed Drug Test After Winning Santa Anita Derby, Secret Kept By State Horse Racing Board

REPORT: Justify Failed Drug Test After Winning Santa Anita Derby, Secret Kept By State Horse Racing Board

The New York Times reported Wednesday that Justify — the horse that won the 2018 Triple Crown — failed a drug test after the Santa Anita Derby, and it was kept secret by the California Horse Racing Board.

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