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Anseanachai Cliste, who was banned from running at the Cheltenham Festival in March after a blood-covered syringe was Devonta Freeman Youth Jersey discovered in his box before the Foxhunters’ Chase, tested positive for the banned substance cobalt, the British Horseracing Authority disclosed on Wednesday as it issued serious charges against the gelding’s trainer and owner. Stephen McConville, who trains Anseanachai Cliste near Portadown in Northern Ireland, and his son Michael, who is the nine-year-old’s owner and regular jockey, will face a disciplinary panel on 19 September to answer a series of charges relating to the alleged possession and administration of cobalt, which can boost a horse’s red blood cell count, and Adrenal Cortex, which is described by one online supplier of equine veterinary products as “a potent anti-inflammatory agent providing some analgesia along with a sense of euphoria to the horse”. The listing adds that Adrenal Cortex “works best when used close to the start of the event, because the duration of action is very short”. Irish Turf Club must learn its lesson over Russell ‘punching horse’ case Greg Wood Greg Wood Read more Anseanachai Cliste, a prolific winner in point-to-points, was a 33-1 outsider for the Foxhunters’, the race after the Cheltenham Gold Cup on 17 March. His sudden scratching on the day was explained at the time only by a report that “the stewards could not be satisfied he had been administered only normal food and water on race day”. Nine days after his withdrawal at Cheltenham, Anseanachai Cliste beat 11 opponents in the Ulster National at Downpatrick, winning a first prize of €15,375 (about £13,500). The gelding passed a subsequent dope test but reports emerged in early July that suggested Anseanachai Cliste had failed a test ordered by the stewards on 17 March and that a blood-covered syringe had been recovered from his box at the track. Both the substances involved and the circumstances and location in they were allegedly discovered will ensure that it will be one of the most high-profile cases to come before the BHA’s disciplinary panel in recent years. Advertisement It is the first in Britain to involve a positive test for cobalt, which is believed to increase endurance in racehorses. It was the subject of a series of positive dope tests in Australia in 2015, however, which led to high-profile disciplinary cases against trainers including Peter Moody, famous for his handling of the outstanding champion Black Caviar, and Danny O’Brien, whose Star Witness was placed in two Group One sprints at Royal Ascot in 2011. O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh, another of Australia’s leading trainers, were banned for four and three years respectively in January 2016 but won a court case to have their bans overturned having argued they were unaware their vet, Dr Tom Brennan, had administered the drug. Moody, who received a six-month ban in March 2016, has not renewed his trainer’s licence following his suspension. The maximum penalty for both the presence of a banned substance in a horse’s sample and the administration, or attempted administration, of a prohibited drug is a 10-year ban from the sport, though the “entry point” penalty is John Phillips Jersey a two-year ban. Both Stephen and Michael McConville also face charges they misled, or endeavoured to mislead, stewards or officials investigating the incident, which carries a maximum penalty of a three-year ban. Saturday’s feature race in Britain, the Group One Sprint Cup at Haydock Park, has been moved to an earlier slot on the card to ensure it is run on the best possible ground. The six-furlong contest was scheduled to start at 4.10pm but will now be run as the third race on the card at 2.25pm. The dual Group One winner Limato is still unlikely to make the lineup, however, with the ground at Haydock expected to be too soft for the five-year-old. “I think the ground will be too soft and there’s more rain forecast,” Henry Candy, Limato’s trainer, said on Wednesday. “Unfortunately, I think the same applies to York on Sunday[where Limato is entered in the Garrowby Stakes] which is a shame, as that would have been a nice race for him

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